[Featured]: [Behavior & Cognition]: Cuttlefish reveal link between self-control, intelligence

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From UPI:

March 2 (UPI) -- According to a new study, cuttlefish can pass the Stanford marshmallow test, delaying the gratification of an immediate reward for a ...

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From Hakai Magazine:

The cephalopod brain is donut-shaped. It's between 30 and 40 lobes, if you're talking about a cuttlefish or octopus, and it doesn't have these ...

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From About Manchester:

A study has found that cuttlefish can pass a fishy version of the 'marshmallow test' – and those that can delay gratification the longest are the most ...

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From Nature.com:

Some children can delay gratification — and researchers have found that the same is true for the humble cuttlefish. Alexandra Schnell at the University of ...

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From The Conversation:

You see, our crankiest common cuttlefish, called Franklin, has recently taken to squirting a water jet at me from her tank. I've decided it's her grumpy ...

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From CNET:

At Australia's Great Barrier Reef in 2015, a broadclub cuttlefish hunts for a pretzel stick. Or was it a marshmallow? Reinhard Dirscherl/Getty Images.

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