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Putting Glasses on Praying Mantis Reveals New Form of 3D Vision

Insects see the world very differently than we do, but researchers from Newcastle University in the UK now say that the praying mantis possesses one important element of human vision: It can see in 3D despite having a comparatively tiny brain. The post Putting Glasses on Praying Mantis Reveals New Form of 3D Vision appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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