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Lemurs Can Smell Weakness In Their Rivals

News   Jul 02, 2018 | Original Press Release from Duke University

 
Lemurs Can Smell Weakness In Their Rivals

Ring-tailed lemurs such as these at the Duke Lemur Center can tell that a fellow lemur is weaker just by the natural scents they leave behind, researchers report. Males act more aggressively toward scents that smell “off.” Credit: David Haring.

 
 
 

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