Amazing creatures with sixth senses

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Spiders - Most species of spiders have organs known as slit sensilla, which allow them to sense even the slightest amount of movement anywhere in their vicinity. 

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Sea turtles - Sea turtles have one of the strongest internal maps of any animal on the land or in the sea. They can travel more than 10,000 miles (over 16,000 km) in a year.

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Dolphins - Dolphins, similar to bats and a few other animals, have the amazing ability of echolocation to help them navigate the ocean. 

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Pigeons - Pigeons are famous for being some of the best navigators in the world, but how do they do it? They do it through a process known as magnetoreception. 

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Bats - Similar to dolphins, bats use echolocation to navigate their nocturnal habitats. It's a myth, however, that bats rely solely on echolocation to get around. 

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Mantis shrimp - Mantis shrimp are the only known animal to be able to detect and harness the power of circularly polarized light. 

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Catfish - The catfish has one of the best senses of taste in all of the animal kingdom. 

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Octopuses - While octopuses don't possess circular light polarization like the mantis shrimp, they do make frequent use of linear light polarization. 

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Reindeer - Arctic reindeer in Northern Europe have the unique ability to perceive ultraviolet light. 

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Cows - Cows are blessed with the gift of having near-perfect 360° vision, making them almost impossible to sneak up on by would-be attackers. 

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Giraffes - The eyes of giraffes rest on either side of their long, thin heads and bulge out in such a way that grants them complete 360° vision.

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