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A hawk's-eye view of raptor hunting


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The neural processes underlying visual hunting behavior in hawks are similar to those in humans, new research suggests. To study a raptor’s head movements while hunting, the scientists behind the study recruited an unusual research assistant—a Northern Goshawk named Shinta, fitted with a tiny head-mounted camera.mAkdruBTKKg


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