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How A Dragonfly’s Brain Is Designed To Kill

When a dragonfly sees a smaller insect, it has about 97 percent chance of catching it for a meal. So how can something with so few neurons be one of the most efficient killers in the entire animal kingdom? Neuroscientist Greg Gage explains.

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Video via – TED (DIY Neuroscience)

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