How parasites have perfected the art of manipulation
Are we humans really as free-thinking as we believe? Science shows parasites might have more influence than we'd ever imagined. This fascinating TED talk by Ed Yong explains.
Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 10:57 AM
Parasites are more impressively manipulative than even the most imaginitive science fiction writer could dream up. For example: "This caterpillar is a head-banging, zombie-bodyguard defending the offspring of the creature that killed it." Yes, a parasite did that to a caterpillar. This and other science craziness in this incredible TED talk by science writer Ed Yong.
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