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Slime Mold: A Brainless Blob that Seems Smart

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Published on Jul 27, 2017

Slime molds look gross and... not smart, but they definitely seem to communicate and plan even without neurons. Michael explains the science behind these clever eukaryotes.
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Sources:
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