Video: INSECTS HAVE MULTIPLE BRAINS: Decapitated wasp grabs its head before flying away

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One person wrote some interesting comments on this video:

“Not a biologist, but have some basic knowledge of bug anatomy that i kinda remember, insects don’t have a “brain” in their head, they have a series of small brains called a ganglion that are in a few places in their body, so a separate brain would control one pair of legs, and another controls the wings, etc. so this wasp has managed to lose its head, but was not killed by the injury or other problems, which means that its body’s ganglions are intact and controlling the body with not much issue other than that theres no more signals coming from the eyes (and antennae and other head sensors). Not sure why it picked up the head, but for the most part this wasp will be totally fine to fly around until it eventually starves to death in the very near future.“

Here’s the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LmdmltW-XU



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