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New research found a wide variety of microRNA in octopuses’ brains. MicroRNA molecules are not coded for proteins but are responsible for gene expression. humans and other ‘advanced’ animals also have a wide variety of microRNA in their brains, affirming again how intelligent octopuses are.

 

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