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Interactive video lesson plan for: How the Stick Insect Walks | ScienceTake | The New York Times

Activity overview:

The delightfully improbable stick insect uses two pairs of legs to walk and the front pair to check out what lies ahead.

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Produced by: DAVID FRANK AND JAMES GORMAN

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