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New Measurement of Crocodilian Nerves Could Help Scientists Understand Ancient Animals

Crocodilians have nerves on their faces that are so sensitive, they can detect a change in a pond when a single drop hits the water surface several feet away. Alligators and crocodiles use these “invisible whiskers” to detect prey when hunting. Leer más.

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