Cuttlefish remember details of their last meal, study finds

Cuttlefish remember details of their last meal, study finds

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By: Natalie Grover | Cuttlefish remember details of their last meal, study finds | Neuroscience | The Guardian

The large-brained cephalopods can remember details of what, where and when even in their old age

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

The cephalopods – which have three hearts, eight arms, blue-green blood, regenerating limbs, and the ability to camouflage and exert self-control – only live for roughly two years.

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