Marcus Byrne:
マーカス・バーン: フンコロガシの踊り

TEDxWitsUniversity · 17:08 · Filmed Aug 2012
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フンコロガシの脳は米粒ほどの大きさです。ところが彼らの食糧である動物の排泄物を転がして巣に持ち帰るとなると目を見張る知性を発揮します。どうやって?その秘密は彼らの踊りにあるのです。TEDxWitsUniversity (ウィッツウォータースランド大学) にて撮影

Marcus Byrne is fascinated by the way insects, particularly the intrepid dung beetle, have hardwired solutions to the challenges posed by their environments. Could they help humans solve problems? Full bio
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