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Social behavior shared across all vertebrates

Humans, birds, fish and frogs appear to share the same ancient neural circuits that are responsible for a range of social behaviors, from flashy mating displays to aggression and monogamy. The biologists behind the discovery, from the University of Texas at Austin, say the brain circuitry in question has existed for more than 450 million […]

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