Tiger beetles are such fast runners that they can capture virtually any nonflying insect. However, when running toward an insect, the beetles intermittently stop, and then, a moment later, resume their attack. Perhaps they cannot maintain their pace and must pause for a moment's rest; but an alternative hypothesis is that while running tiger beetles are unable to process the resulting rapidly changing visual information, and so quickly go blind and stop.
Which of the following, if discovered in experiments using artificially moved prey insects, would support one of the two hypotheses and undermine the other?
请Tina老师帮忙解答一下！以下是我自己的理解：在追逐虫子的过程中：一个是说这个tiger beetles 不能保持他们的步伐必须得停下来休息一段时间；另一个假设是说当他们在追逐时他们不能处理产生的快速变化的视觉信息，因此很快就会失明并停下来。