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October 5, 2007

Chimpanzees matched wits with human toddlers in a recent study, with mixed results (MPI EVAN/JGI-USA)

The mosquito’s exquisite sense of smell. How genes affect our odor perception. The cognitive skills of apes and toddlers. New analysis of old fossils leads to surprising discoveries. And how forensic scientists get DNA from blood.


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