A $2bn investment in the brain of a newborn elephant has given birth to an infant elephant that looks just like her mother
Newborn elephants are born in zoos around the world and, like humans, they develop into full-grown adults, capable of speech, communication and behaviour.
But their brains are so different to those of humans that they are unable to understand the language of other species and are unable even to recognise familiar objects such as humans.
The infant elephant born in the zoos of Australia and New Zealand has an extremely unique brain that looks almost exactly like her mum.
She has the same genes as her mother, but has been born with a different brain structure and has a different motor cortex.
Newborn elephants have a unique and unique brain in that they have a different neural pathway and that the motor cortex of the brain develops differently to that of other mammals.
We need to do a lot more research on how these different brain structures and neural pathways develop and why they differ from humans.
It is a really exciting time in the world of conservation science, and we need to find a way to study this.
Read more about this story: Read our previous story about newborn elephants.
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