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On Tuesday, May 28, 2002, at 10:39 , Bill Spight wrote:
> When the youngster grabbed the treasure, the
> adult pulled him out and took it away. ;-)
Ha! That is the way I clean under the beds...!
There are some very interesting studies of octopi showing them
to be ready to use available (and available is the operating
term here) items for useful purposes.
I don't, however, think we're far at all from spider-webs, with
this rudimentary tool use.
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