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BIOMIMICRY DEFINITION

Biomimicry is when people use ideas from nature to solve problems. Plants and animals have different ways to solve problems that have inspired inventions.

To better understand how nature works…

BIOMIMICRY DEFINITION. Biomimicry is when people use ideas from nature to solve problems. Plants and animals have different ways to solve problems that have inspired inventions. To better understand how nature works…

LET’S BREAK IT DOWN!

Animals solve problems in many different ways.

sugar glider flies through the air

Animals such as this sugar glider have wing-like structures to help them fly from tree to tree. When they jump, they spread out their arms and legs to help them glide down safely.

Animals solve problems in many different ways. Animals such as this sugar glider have wing-like structures to help them fly from tree to tree. When they jump, they spread out their arms and legs to help them glide down safely.
sugar glider flies through the air

People have been inspired by animals to invent things.

wing suit flight is an example of biomimicry

Wingsuits can let people experience flying. The idea for these suits came from the sugar glider, an animal that has wing-like structures between its arms and legs.

People have been inspired by animals to invent things. Wingsuits can let people experience flying. The idea for these suits came from the sugar glider, an animal that has wing-like structures between its arms and legs.
wing suit flight is an example of biomimicry

Some animals have structures used for protection.

children examine an armadillo

An armadillo has a hard covering that can protect it from predators. When an armadillo feels that it is in danger, it curls into a ball. Once the predator goes away, it comes out of the ball.