Lowly creatures that are watched for a time often seem purposeless in their movements. Time-lapse photography and pheromone detectors can, however, reveal that slugs dash about on explicable courses, criss-crossing their fellows’ trails and apparently able to meet or avoid suitors and predators. A…
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