How the Jumping Spider Sees Its Prey
November 6, 2018 10:28 AM Subscribe
Researchers looked deep into the eyes of a predatory spider to learn what it was looking at. "But as accurate as the main eyes are, they only see what is in front of them. If they had to find prey, it would be like using a narrow flashlight beam to explore a dark room. Not very efficient."
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