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Using not sight but scent

Say the words “animal self-recognition,” and many scientists will think of chimpanzees, crows and elephants.

For the first time, researchers — employing an innovative twist on the mirror test — have found evidence that garter snakes can distinguish themselves from others, using not sight but scent.

— Read more in How a Snake Uses Its Sense of Smell at The New York Times.

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