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Published on Jan 14, 2012
For the first time in history, researchers at the Max Plankton Institute in the Netherlands have recorded piano music practised by a common water flea. First light of the phenomenon was obtained using darkfield microscopy.
The research is expected to be nominated for the Breakthrough Of The Year-award from the prestigious journal Science, as the finding sheds a whole new perspective on the origin of live music.
The award is one of the highest distinctions in science.