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    Fight or Flight? New Study Reveals the Neural Basis of Territorial Behavior

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    Fight or Flight? New Study Reveals the Neural Basis of Territorial Behavior

    A brain hovers over a chess board, symbolising control over location-specific defensive responses. Credit: Holly Joynes/EMBL

     
     
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