Rats Dream About Where They Want To Go
Humans aren’t the only ones thinking about a better tomorrow. Rats too spend their nights dreaming of their desired futures, according to new research.
The study, out of the University College London (UCL), says that sleeping rats “dream” of finding treats. Activity in the portion of rat brain cells used in navigation suggests that rats rehearse simulated quests to find food while sleeping.
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