If you are a superhero hopeful, cross the ability to walk on walls off your list. Scientists now have evidence that it is unrealistic for humans to walk on walls. Insects that can climb walls, unlike humans, have adhesive pads located on their limbs that give them their wall climbing abilities. Their footpads are also proportionate to their body surface. In order to be able to climb walls, humans would need giant hands and size 114 shoes!



Times of Malta

Scientists Confirm: You Can’t Become Spiderman


It’s no news that some arachnids, insects and lizards can walk on walls, seemingly defying gravity—and it’s done via adhesive pads on their limbs. A gecko, for example, has billions of tiny hair-like structures sprouting out of such pads—hairs small …

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