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Default Ants run on tiny treadmills to help track their behavior

It's relatively easy to study animals' movement by plunking them on treadmills, but how do you do that with a creature as small and fragile as ants? Build a tiny custom treadmill, that's how. Scientists have crafted a contraption that let them study...

https://www.engadget.com/2017/02/21/...mill-for-ants/
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