• September 24, 2022

YouTuber Allen Pan Designs “Robotic Legs” for Snakes To Walk

YouTuber Allen Pan Designs "Robotic Legs" for Snakes To Walk

A YouTuber is gaining attention on social media for constructing artificial legs for a snake to assist it in walking. The legs were created for the snake by the creator of the video. On Saturday, YouTuber Allen Pan uploaded a video to his YouTube account discussing his various engineering approaches. Mr. Pan is a content producer known for using his technical expertise to create homemade exoskeletons, battle bots, and other breakthroughs that often earn millions of views on the internet.

A YouTuber is gaining attention on social media for constructing artificial legs for a snake to assist it in walking. The legs were created for the snake by the creator of the video. On Saturday, Allen Pan uploaded a video to his YouTube account discussing the engineering methods he uses. Mr. Pan is a content producer known for using his technical expertise to create homemade exoskeletons, battle bots, and other breakthroughs that often earn millions of views on the internet.

While sharing the photo, he commented in the comments section, “Giving snakes their legs back.”  The YouTuber claimed that the effort was made to illustrate that he is a “snake lover” and that this was the motivation behind it. The internet is going crazy over Mr. Pan’s revolutionary new invention, which is a set of robotic legs that can be attached to snakes to give them the limbs that biology has unfairly denied them.

YouTuber Allen Pan, who we previously wrote about when he changed himself into an exoskeleton-wearing swordfighter, says that he needs to transcend nature’s limits once more by giving snakes new limbs to compensate for the loss of their vestigial legs before birth.

Over two million people have watched the video, and over one million and a half thousand people have liked it. In the video’s comment area, many users have made startling comments about the video, while a few others have written about the fact that snakes do not have legs.

 
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