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Flies See the World In Slo-Mo, Say Researchers 176 176

An anonymous reader writes "'The smaller an animal is, and the faster its metabolic rate, the slower time passes for it, scientists found. This means that across a wide range of species, time perception is directly related to size, with animals smaller than us seeing the world in slow motion.' No wonder it took so long to grow up!" Here's the original paper.
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Flies See the World In Slo-Mo, Say Researchers

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