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How The Brain Helps Animals Hunt For Food

News   Aug 22, 2018 | Original Story from NYU Langone

 
How The Brain Helps Animals Hunt For Food

The rainbow-colored path of flies navigating as they detect (pink) or lose track of a scent (blue), with a laser projection of a varying odor plume from vinegar appearing as a gray cloud. Credit: NYU Langone

 
 
 

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