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Animals That See In Slow Motion

Ever wonder why it’s so hard to swat a fly? It’s because they, and many other small animals see in slow motion and can use that info to react faster to a coming attack! Anthony explains how this works and which animals have the fastest reaction times out there.

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Metabolic rate and body size are linked with perception of temporal

“Body size and metabolic rate both fundamentally constrain how species interact with their environment, and hence ultimately affect their niche.”

Slow-motion world for small animals

“Smaller animals tend to perceive time as if it is passing in slow motion, a new study has shown.”

Why is it so hard to swat a housefly? A. It sees you coming in slow motion

“New research claims that for some animals, such as a fly and a dog, time moves at a slower rate.”

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