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What do you see when you put miniature glasses on praying mantises? A new method for robot vision

If you thought praying mantises already look pretty cool, wait till you see them in these stunning shades. Scientists who put tiny 3-D glasses on these petite hunters have found that their stereoscopic vision system is unlike that of any other known animal. The findings, described this week in...
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