That's right, scientists have developed a rudimentary form of telepathy in animals that utilizes microchips implanted in their brains to communicate. Two rats with these implants were able to collaborate and solve simple puzzles, even though in one experiment they were thousands of miles apart. Continue reading for a video and more information.
According to a team from Duke University: "As far as we can tell, these findings demonstrate for the first time that a direct channel for behavioural information exchange can be established between two animals' brains without the use of the animal's regular forms of communication."
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