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In responding to predation risk, secondhand experience can be as good as new

In responding to predation risk, secondhand experience can be as good as new

Throughout the living world, parents have many ways of gifting their offspring with information they will need to help them survive. A new study examining the effects of exposure to predators across two generations of stickleback fish yielded a surprising insight into how such transgenerational information is used.

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