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Biological Mechanical Gears

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The teeth, upon closer examination, were found to lock together neatly to propel the creatures’ leaps and bounds. “We were totally dumbfounded when we saw this,” Burrows told Inside Science. “You could see these gear wheels moving past each other, just like a man-made gear wheel. It was extraordinary.”

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Comment by Ed Price
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Gears ain't nuthin'. Probably even primitive, backward logic.

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Gears ain't nuthin'.

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