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Not to be underestimated: nematodes learn to avoid smelly bacteria

There are many examples of remarkable intelligence from the animal kingdom: chimpanzees can learn sign language and use tools to gather food; elephants have been known to perform basic maths; and a Border Collie named Chaser knows over 1,000 different … Continue reading

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