The Blind Watchmaker With Paul Stepahin
Published: August 4, 2016
Total Running Time: 00:00:00
Theo Jansen’s strandbeests are made up of many organs that are adapted to their harsh beach environment. They have legs that take elegant strides. They have stomachs to store energy, allowing them to walk even when there’s no wind. They can even detect water and count their steps. Explore strandbeest anatomy and what it reveals about living creatures and the process of natural selection.