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Many of nature’s best jumpers have long limbs and extended joints that help them propel themselves into the air by producing great amounts of kinetic energy in the stroke of a muscle. Many robotic jumpers are designed to work this same way, but researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara have taken a unique approach to jumping that strays from typical nature-inspired methods. The result is a robot that can jump more than 100 feet high. 

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