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Fig. 5 | Animal Biotelemetry

Fig. 5

From: ITAG: an eco-sensor for fine-scale behavioral measurements of soft-bodied marine invertebrates

Fig. 5

Accelerometer output from a single ITAG deployment on a captive Loligo forbesi. a The accelerometer output for the entire duration of the trial. b The total acceleration during a specific event (indicated by a red star in a, b) corresponding to a directional change, gliding, and finning. (c) The x- (red), y- (blue), and z- (black) components of acceleration during the specific event. d The pitch (red), roll (blue), and heading (black) in degrees of the tagged squid during the specific event. The rotational and translational axes are indicated in the squid diagram above (d). The video corresponding to b, c and d can be found in Additional file 3

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