Problem: What advantage is there in having the special sensory organs confined to the head region? a) greater movement potential b) closer to the heart c) less effects from gravity d) rapid impulse transmission

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Special Sensory Organs: located in the head/skull where they're close to the brain → allows for rapid impulse transmission

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What advantage is there in having the special sensory organs confined to the head region? 

a) greater movement potential 

b) closer to the heart 

c) less effects from gravity 

d) rapid impulse transmission

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