Video S2

An Atlantic hagfish (M. glutinosa) demonstrating the “glide” behavior while passing through a slit with a width of 8.5 mm. This slit is nearly half the width of the animal's body (17.9 mm). This gliding behavior is a form of non-undulatory locomotion and is described in Table S1.

Hagfish Houdinis: biomechanics and behavior of squeezing through small openings

Calli R. Freedman, and Douglas S. Fudge

Journal of Experimental Biology 2017. 220:822-827; doi: 10.1242/jeb.151233