Spider hairs act like individual ears

12/14/2011 | Wired.com

Recent studies on spiders suggest that the hairs covering their bodies act as individual ears, actually sensing different air velocities and oscillating at different frequencies. This is contrary to the previously held belief that all of the hairs worked together like one ear.

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