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A new technology developed in the Technion Institute can monitor and examine a bird’s brain in a lab and when it is flying free. Brain research models are based on rodents’ brains, but birds’ brains, mostly quails, have a higher potential in brain modeling.

 

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The oldest bat skeleton

The oldest bat skeleton ever recovered was dug up in Wyoming. The bat lived 52 million years ago. Researchers believe bats diversified quickly on different

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