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Suckers for learning: why octopuses are so intelligent

By Lisa Poncet, Doctorante en neuroéthologie, Université de Caen Normandie
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They can open jars, use tools, remember instructions and attack on command. But they're still not the smartest cephalopod in the sea…

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