In a new study scientists admit there is a lot to learn about mantis shrimp vision systems
In a newly published study on mantis shrimp, scientists admit “We’re nowhere close” to solving the mystery of their vision systems. In a study published yesterday in The Royal Society, scientists tried to get to the bottom of mantis shrimp vision systems once again by investigating gaze stabilization. Biologist Ilse Daly, with the University of Bristol in Britain, was the lead scientist on the study of peacock mantis shrimps. During the research Daly found the orientation of their eyeballs “doesn’t seem to have any bearing on their perception of space”.