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Archerfish in the deep transparent water.
Archerfish Defy Notion that Complex Vision Requires a Cortex
The fish species is separated from mammals by hundreds of millions of years of evolution, yet its seemingly primitive brain can handle many of the same elaborate visual tasks.
Archerfish Defy Notion that Complex Vision Requires a Cortex
Archerfish Defy Notion that Complex Vision Requires a Cortex

The fish species is separated from mammals by hundreds of millions of years of evolution, yet its seemingly primitive brain can handle many of the same elaborate visual tasks.

The fish species is separated from mammals by hundreds of millions of years of evolution, yet its seemingly primitive brain can handle many of the same elaborate visual tasks.

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