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Remote Guidance of Untrained Turtles by Controlling Voluntary Instinct Behavior

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Control of obstacle avoidance behavior.

(A) The movement trajectories were tracked after turtles (red circles) were initially placed 50 cm in front of obstacles. Obstacles were movable black or white cylinders (radius = 5 cm, height = 10 cm), and the turtles could push them to go past. (B) Turtles were initially located 55 cm (marked by red circles at mid-carapace) in front of a movable black obstacle wall in an arena with white side walls.

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