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  • How You Understand What Your Pet Is Saying

    How You Understand What Your Pet Is Saying0

    Mechanisms behind cross- species emotions recognition revealed. Once I was watching a cartoon where a cute little cat was in danger and was desperately crying for help. Suddenly, my cat ran to the TV and started to look for the poor cat in need of help. The same happens when we humans hear a baby crying.

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  • Collective Memory: Scientific Aproach To Telepathy?

    Collective Memory: Scientific Aproach To Telepathy?10

    Do stories about connected minds have anything to do with science? Why do humans often make independent but similar discoveries at about the same time? What makes us repetitively stumble upon that new word or phenomenon that we just learned about the other day? And how do mice know all about our poison and traps? Is

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  • Picky Females Keep Species from Interbreeding

    Picky Females Keep Species from Interbreeding0

    It remains unclear how similar species sharing a small habitat can co-exist in the long term. The theory goes that the most capable species would survive while the others would disappear, but this is not always the rule even in small areas, such as lakes. The reason, according to recent research published in Nature, lies

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  • Pic of the Day: Meet the Shieldcroc, Crocodiles’ Earliest Ancestor

    Pic of the Day: Meet the Shieldcroc, Crocodiles’ Earliest Ancestor0

    Researchers from Marshall University, US, have reported a new kind of giant crocodilyform who lived 95 million years ago. Named Aegisuchus witmeri, scientists have nicknamed it “shieldcroc” for the shield-like skin on its head, never seen before in these species. “We believe Shieldcroc may have used its long face as a fish trap,” says Nick

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