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Study: Moles use stereo smelling to hunt prey

February 05, 2013

Study: Moles use stereo smelling to hunt prey

Moles use stereo smell to hunt prey.

According to a newly published study, moles use stereo smelling to locate their prey, the first example of a creature employing the technique.

While it has long been known that humans and other mammals see and hear in stereo, the new study is the first to suggest that mammals may also have the ability to stereo sniff.

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