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People walk down the street in Branson, Missouri. Researchers have discovered that people's childhood experiences of navigating their environments, whether urban or rural, determine their sense of direction in later years. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Spatial navigation skills decline with age, starting in early adulthood, but deficits are also a symptom of Alzheimer's disease. The post Sense Of Direction Depends On Where You Grew Up appeared first on Zenger News.
Two men chase away a swarm of desert locusts early in the morning, on May 21, 2020, in Samburu County, Kenya. Trillions of locusts swarmed across parts of Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia, following an earlier infestation in February. (Fredrik Lerneryd/Getty Images)
Researchers discover what causes solitary, harmless insects to radically change their behavior and form huge, migrating swarms. The post Why Locusts Form Destructive Swarms appeared first on Zenger News.
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