Study: Smart Fruit Flies Are Finished First

The New York Times ran an article this week about a study that found intelligent fruit flies don't live as long as unintelligent ones.

The scientist who performed the study, Tadeusz Kawecki of the University of Lausanne in Switzerland, talks with Andrea Seabrook about what this means for the smart-guys of bugs and humans alike.

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