|lo•co•mo•tion [ˌlōkəˈmō sh ən]
movement or the ability to move from one place to another.
glid•ing [ˈglīdi ng]
falling at less than 45 degrees from the horizontal. Lift caused by
some kind of aerofoil mechanism, allowing slowly falling directed
horizontal movement. Streamlined to decrease drag forces to aid
aerofoil. Often some maneuverability in air. Gliding animals have a
lower aspect ratio (wing length/wing breadth) than flying animals.
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