Study reveals glass knifefish use tiny active sensing motions to keep track of their surroundings

(Natural News) Researchers are finally beginning to understand how the brain of an organism controls its active senses. An experiment with glass knifefish (Eigenmannia virescens) revealed that the tiny active sensing motions performed by the animal are controlled via sensory feedback. The tiny movements increase the accuracy of the data that is being sent to the brain of the…

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