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www.thoughtco.com/do-insects-have-brains-1968477

Jul 21, 2016 ... Yes, even tiny insects have brains, though the insect brain doesn't play as important a role as human brains do. In fact, an insect can live for ...

brainblogger.com/2015/06/26/do-insects-have-emotions-and-empathy

Jun 26, 2015 ... A recent survey suggests that for most of us that have ever had a pet companion, it's a no-brainer that mammals and birds are emotional ...

www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/do-insects-have-consciousness-ego-180958824

Apr 19, 2016 ... The brains of insects are similar to a structure in human brains, which could show a rudimentary form of consciousness.

www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/do-insects-have-consciousness-180959484

After all, insect brains are tiny and have just a million or so neurons, compared with a human's average of 86 billion. Like many of us, Klein had assumed that ...

www.quora.com/Do-insects-have-brains

Yes, insects do have a brain, though it doesn't play the same role as a humans brain does. The insect brain consists of three lobes, each responsible for a ...

reducing-suffering.org/do-bugs-feel-pain

We have literally no idea at what level of brain complexity consciousness stops. Most people say, 'For heaven's sake, a bug isn't conscious.' But how do we ...

www.animalbehavioronline.com/insectbrains.html

Inside the head, the segmental ganglia have fused to form a brain. ... Many insects have three, while some have only two, or even none. the antennal lobes, the ...

bioteaching.com/insect-brains-and-animal-intelligence

May 3, 2010 ... Bees and wasps, which are predominantly visual insects, have two .... with their relatively enormous brains, can do that insects can't. Why?

www.atlasobscura.com/articles/i-asked-leading-entomologists-whats-the-smartest-bug-in-the-world

Jun 23, 2016 ... Insects have, even considering their small size, a comparatively smaller central brain than we do, and with a much, much smaller neural count.