[Behavior & Cognition] Cuttlefish remember details of their last meal, study finds | Animals | The Guardian

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Cuttlefish have one of the largest brains among invertebrates and can remember what, where, and when specific things happened right up to their ...

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The common cuttlefish is one of the largest and best-known cuttlefish species. ... Alex Schnell in Cephalopod Mariculture Facility at Marine Biological ...

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Researchers suggest this is the first evidence of an animal whose memory of specific events does not deteriorate with age. Researchers from the University of ...

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This is called episodic memory, and its decline is thought to be due to deterioration of a part of the brain called the hippocampus. However, the brain ...

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The research is thought to be the first evidence of an animal whose memory of specific events does not deteriorate as it gets older. Memory tests were ...

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In a new study, researchers found the squid relative can recall the entire experience ... And 8 years ago, another animal joined the club: the cuttlefish. ... Many studies make big claims about cephalopod intelligence, he says, but few ...

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Specifically, they could pass a cephalopod version of the famous Stanford marshmallow test: waiting a bit for their preferred prey rather than settling for ...

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