Mantis Shrimp

olivier marc thomas leger

£60.00

Limited edition giclée print #/100

39 x 30cm

 

Did you know? The Mantis Shrimp has the most complex visual system of any animal on the planet. Comprising 16 photoreceptors it can detect light ranging from ultraviolet to the far-red! It preys on small fish and crustaceans killing them with their powerful striking limbs. A punch of a Mantis Shrimp delivers enough force on impact to cause a cavitation bubble, the collapse of this bubble delivers enough force to kill or stun prey if the force of the initial strike was insufficient. Ha-YAH! Kungfu-master shrimp!

        
          
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Regular price £60.00

Limited edition giclée print #/100

39 x 30cm

 

Did you know? The Mantis Shrimp has the most complex visual system of any animal on the planet. Comprising 16 photoreceptors it can detect light ranging from ultraviolet to the far-red! It preys on small fish and crustaceans killing them with their powerful striking limbs. A punch of a Mantis Shrimp delivers enough force on impact to cause a cavitation bubble, the collapse of this bubble delivers enough force to kill or stun prey if the force of the initial strike was insufficient. Ha-YAH! Kungfu-master shrimp!