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Perception of biological motion by jumping spiders

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De Agrò, Massimo ; Rößler, Daniela C. ; Kim, Kris ; Shamble, Paul S.
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 07 Sep 2021 10:51


The body of most creatures is composed of interconnected joints. During motion, the spatial location of these joints changes, but they must maintain their distances to one another, effectively moving semirigidly. This pattern, termed "biological motion" in the literature, can be used as a visual cue, enabling many animals (including humans) to distinguish animate from inanimate objects. ...


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