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Flies sent spinning by what they see

The fly's head is held fixed so that its brain activity can be watched, but its legs are free, allowing it to walk on a tiny ball. When its world is moved in one direction, it compensates for the unexpected motion by turning in the same direction (the ball's movement tells researchers which direction the fly wants to turn). Source: HHMI

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Video Date: September 22 2010 Run Time: 1:08
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