Flying tree snakes in southern Asia undulate their bodies as they glide through the air.
Flying fish have specialized pectoral fins that allow them to glide more than 600 feet after propelling themselves out of water at 35 miles per hour.
Some spiders spin sheet-like webs of silk to catch a breeze and sail through the air.
The “flying” possum known as a sugar glider have soft membranes between their wrists and ankles that allow them to glide from tree to tree.
The gliding gecko has webbed feet, a flattened tail, and skin flaps on the sides of its body to help it travel through the forest on air.
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