The latest fad in the “Talk to the animals” arena appears to be a classic in confirmation bias.
The difficulty of finding your way back home from a long distance is partly solved in a tiny ant’s brain.
These elements of harvester ant behavior present a severe challenge for the evolutionary paradigm.
Scientists clash over how to measure animal intelligence: brain volume, brain organization, numbers of neurons…?
Did the science teacher’s octopus really know she was dying? Was she trying to say goodbye?