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Scientists Solve Trout Navigation Riddle

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A study was done that showed people have magnetic deposits in our brains ... right behind our noses.

"follow your nose"

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It must be pretty easy for a trout...

most streams aren't that wide and it's either upstream or downstream...

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Its a shame that if we did ever have this kind of ability that the lack of need for it over time has seen it be eroded away. Orienteering would be a lot easier if we instinctively knew which way north was.

It must be pretty easy for a trout...

most streams aren't that wide and it's either upstream or downstream...

You are spot on Taun (once they are in fresh water :) ), but the difficult part for Trout is finding the estuary of the river they are looking for, that is when the navigation factor really comes into play (finding the river from the sea).

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I wonder of birds around the LHC collider go around in circles. :)

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I wonder of birds around the LHC collider go around in circles. :)

Until they collide?

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Posted (edited)

Until they collide?

Until they collide?

Ahh. the elusive bird particle.

Edited by jimbur
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Fascinating, that explains a lot! Thanks for posting :yes:

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if tat were so then fish hooks would have magnets and make catching fish super easy

but the magnet would rust sooo..

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not much good if there in a reservoir lmao

interesting none the less.

Thanks.

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