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"Mini maths masters." In Brief, NewScientist, 17 November 2001, page 29.
"Ants don't have big brains, but they're pretty good at maths," this small newsitem begins. On a first visit to a nesting site, the ants walk around randomlyand leave behind a scent trail, which they use during a second visit to thesite.
--- Allyn Jackson