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Study: Zebrafish are smarter than we thought

3D render of a medical background with DNA strands

A new study from MIT and Harvard University suggests that the brains of the seemingly simple zebrafish are more sophisticated than previously thought. The researchers found that larval zebrafish can use visual information to create three-dimensional maps of their physical surroundings—a feat that scientists didn’t think was possible.

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