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Humans in Slow Motion World as Samll Birds See Moving Things at Lightining Speed

Small birds, which measure just one percent of Humans in mass, have vision that is incredibly twice the speed of human vision, found a team of Swedish scientists. It is known that perching birds (small passerines) do not only have good visual eyesight but they also see things at lightning speed. Compared to them, humans are still in slow-motion world, ...

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Flies Show why females live longer than males: Study

Researchers from the University of Exeter in Britain found that male flies die earlier than their female counterparts when forced to evolve with the pressures of mating and juvenile survival, which means females survive challenges of ageing better than males. “We found dramatic differences in the effects of sexual and natural selection on male and female flies. These results could ...

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