How a Small Organism Finds a Food Source



Intelligent animals can find food by using the interaction between their senses (smell, sight, and sound) and their brains. But how can small organisms with no nose, eyes, ears, or brain find food? From this web site, you can learn the basics of the process called chemotaxis, the method by which many single and multi-cellular organisms find their food.


Pictured above: animals use sight, smell, and sound to find food.
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