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    * Study turns pigeons into art critics : A Japanese researcher is reporting that he has trained birds to tell apart good and bad children s paintings.
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      * Study turns pigeons into "art critics":
      A Japanese researcher is reporting that he has
      trained birds to tell apart "good" and "bad"
      children's paintings.


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      People may see "guilt" in a dog's body language when
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      than has been previously recognized, a new study


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      Recent research raises the prospect that humans
      could tame "untameable" species in new ways.


      * Brain energy use proposed as key to under-
      standing consciousness
      Some researchers are proposing a new approach
      to understanding a mysterious state of being.


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      New findings about bird breathing abilities
      challenge entrenched ideas, some scientists



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