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Landmark navigation in a mantis shrimp

By R. Patel and T. Cronin at
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Mantis shrimp are predatory crustaceans that commonly occupy burrows in shallow, tropical waters worldwide. Most of these animals inhabit structurally complex, benthic environments where many potential landmarks are available. Mantis shrimp of the species Neogonodactylus oerstedii return to their burrows between foraging excursions using path integration, a vector-based navigational strategy... Show more
October 7, 2020
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Landmark navigation in a mantis shrimp
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