Scientists study the brain of crocodiles: play Bachs music and do MRI.

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 Scientists study the brain of crocodiles: play Bachs music and do MRI.


Bach (Bach) is a famous composer in Germany, and the most widely known one is the Land Brandenburg Concerto. Scientists found that when the crocodiles in MRI heard Bachs music, their brain activity was very similar to that of mammals and birds. The fourth Concerto in Land Brandenburg is a grand Concerto, characterized by fast amplitude variation and broadband spectrum. FelixStr ckens, a German neurologist, said that guessing the crocodiles and birds, the brain had specialized areas to deal with complex sounds. It is reported that the experimental crocodile from the crocodile farm in France, a total of 5, including young and elderly Nile crocodiles. The related discovery has formed the thesis FunctionalMRIintheNilecrocodile:anewavenueforevolutionaryneurobiology. The data show that the crocodile is an ancient vertebrate reptile, which has hardly changed for millions of years, thus forming a link between dinosaurs and modern birds. Source: fast tech editor: Zhang Zutao _NT5054