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October 10, 2008

Paper wasp queens of the species Polistes fuscatus have individually distinctive faces, but can the wasps remember each other? (Michael Sheehan/University of Michigan)

COGNITION: Crows don’t forget a human face, magpies see themselves in mirrors, wasps remember each others’ faces, how much memory can our brains store, and more.


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