(Mis)understanding mirror neurons


What and how do they eat? Most species are thought to be carnivorous grazers, feeding on sponges, cnidaria or even molluscs. Abyssal pycnogonids have been observed in association with anemones at whale-and wood-fall sites on the sea bed (Figure 2). They can both walk and swim, although walking is extremely slow. Some species 'swim' by tucking up their legs… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2010.05.047

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