Dragonflies perform upside down backflips to right themselves

Dragonflies perform upside down backflips to right themselves

Dragonflies perform upside down backflips to right themselves

The findings add to current knowledge of how insects fly and keep stable in the air. They could also help to inspire new designs in small aerial vehicles like drones, which can be useful for search-and-rescue attempts and building inspection.
Dragonflies perform upside down backflips to right themselves