Biology professor Kate Feller featured in The Smithsonian

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Kate Feller, assistant professor of biological sciences, shared her expertise with The Smithsonian about a new study which shows that juvenile snapping shrimp can achieve the fastest acceleration of any repeatable, underwater motion by a living thing.

Feller primarily works with mantis shrimp, a group of animals that boast some of the most complex eyes as well as one of the fastest animal movements.