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Researchers develop new theory that predicts the sensing behavior of animals – News-Medical.net

Reviewed by Emily Henderson, B.Sc.Sep 23 2020
All animals great and small live every day in an uncertain world. Whether you are a human being or an insect, you rely on your senses to help you navigate and survive in your world. But what drives this essential sensing?
Unsurprisingly, animals move their sensory organs, such as eyes, ears and noses, while they are searching. Picture a cat swiveling its ears to capture important sounds without needing to move its body. But the precise position and…

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