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Birds that play with others have the biggest brains - and the same may go for humans

By Gisela Kaplan, Emeritus Professor in Animal Behaviour, University of New England
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For the past 50 years, international animal cognition research has focused on how tool use is related to animal intelligence. But new research casts doubt on long-held assumptions.

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