Biomimicry 1


If you take a close look at a shark, does it look like an airplane? I’d say it does. The pectoral fins are the wings of an airplane, the dorsal fin is the top wing of the airplane.

Quite simply, sharks are fine-tuned water airplanes. It makes sense for a hydrodynamic fish to inspire an aerodynamic vehicle.

The end result of this observation is this Salvador Dali-inspired painting before you.

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