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First slugs, now oil

From DK:

For your blog since you've been keeping up with the slugs predicting roadways, here is a story of a drop of oil that solves a maze. I'm not sure what happens if the slugs get their hands on the oil, but there seems to be some spurious lesson about intelligence from these stories. What a maze-solving oil drop tells us of intelligence (New Scientist)

Following up a recent post , more on the slime mold as network architect ... from Scientific American:

Slime mold validates efficiency of Tokyo rail network

It is not clear to me who has precedence, UK or Japan based slime mold researchers, but interesting nonetheless.

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