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yarb commented on the word subesophagal ganglion
Ants, like ourselves, possess a relatively huge anterior brain, located above the esophagus. But in addition they possess another brain which we lack, the subesophagal ganglion.
- Caryl P. Haskins, Of Ants and Men, 1939, p. 57
December 5, 2008
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