A recent research article from Germany has made quite a splash in the popular media and raises some very interesting questions about animal minds.
Sure they do. It makes a lot of sense to conserve power when food supplies are low.
The capabilities of animals to know their positions and make corrections seem beyond the abilities of coded instructions or brain size.
They appear in the early Cambrian fossil record: the first examples of the most diverse phylum on earth. Who knew their skills would become the envy of human engineers?
For Ruse, “Darwin is like Moses” who “led his children [himself among them] to the Promised Land but never got there himself.”