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For Some Animals, The World Moves in Slow-Motion

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Published on May 7, 2018

Does your cat have a concept of time? Is it different from a snapping turtle's? Scientists study how animals process sensory information to figure out how they experience time. Spoilers: human kids and adults might experience time differently too!

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