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Topic - Joel Fagot
The more we study animals, the less special we seem.
"They come because they want to," Fagot said. "What do they want? They want some food. They want to solve some task."
"They have shown repeatedly amazing cognitive abilities," said study co-author Joel Fagot, a researcher at the French National Center for Scientific Research.