This is a clip from Spy In The Wild 2 (previously: mountain gorillas singing and farting) featuring a robotic spy chameleon that helps capture some up-close-and-personal footage of sifikas lemurs using a unique pogo jump they've developed to quickly cross flat ground on account of it being difficult for them to move on all fours since adapting to life in the trees. Hey, just like Dr. Ian Malcolm would say-- "Life finds a way." Exactly. Like you'd probably be amazed how fast I can shuffle off the toilet with my pants around my ankles to answer my phone on the sofa thinking it's the pizza guy.
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Thanks to Linda HF, who agrees there's nothing wrong with getting around IN STYLE.
These are two videos of the legless, amphibious Velox robot developed by Pliant Energy Systems, presumably to repopulate the earth with rudimentary fish-crawling-out-of-water style robots following humanity's...