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four wolves cluster together in the snow next to a tree. one wolf at the front looks out into the distance.
Toxoplasma-Infected Wolves More Likely to Lead Packs, Study Finds
The parasite appears to make infected wolves less risk-averse, potentially influencing the behavior of packs.
Toxoplasma-Infected Wolves More Likely to Lead Packs, Study Finds
Toxoplasma-Infected Wolves More Likely to Lead Packs, Study Finds

The parasite appears to make infected wolves less risk-averse, potentially influencing the behavior of packs.

The parasite appears to make infected wolves less risk-averse, potentially influencing the behavior of packs.

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Serotonin Involved in a Slug Host’s Response to a Parasite
Yao-Hua Law | Mar 12, 2018 | 3 min read
Host slugs given Prozac to increase their serotonin levels no longer avoid parasitic nematodes, the same behavior seen in infected slugs.
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