The first thing that strikes one about the nervous system of the spider is that ganglions are fused. This centralisation makes it possible for the spider to execute movements that are more complex. A spider can, for example, move its legs independently of each other. In addition, some spiders have eyes with which they can perceive stimuli from the outside world. The largest fused ganglion is located in the part that forms the body of the spider.
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