Amanda Franklin

Amanda Franklin

Jun 16, 2014

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    About This Project

    Mantis shrimp have the most complex vision in the animal kingdom. Most research focuses on how mantis shrimp see what they see, not why. This research aims to discover how their vision is used for signalling and communication between mantis shrimp.

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