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Biologist Nick Bos tells Wikinews about 'self-medicating' ants
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Biologist Nick Bos tells Wikinews about 'self-medicating' ants

Nick Bos, of the University of Helsinki, studies "the amazing adaptations social insects have evolved in order to fight the extreme parasite pressure they experience".

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