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Desert ants found to have dual navigation systems September 9, 2016 Excerpt: "Prior research with Cataglyphis bi-color desert ants initially suggested that they found their way back to their nests using optic flow—where they observe the passing terrain as they travel as a means of gauging distance. But a more recent study found that the ants actually counted their steps to keep track of how far they had gone. Getting back to the nest from foraging trips in short order is critical for the ants because the intense desert heat will kill them if they take too long. In this new effort, the research pair has found that the ants actually have both types of navigational skills at their disposal." http://phys.org/news/2016-09-ants-dual.html Tomi Aalto's comment: Built-in step counter and optic flow sensory mechanism point to Intelligent Design and Creation.

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