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Weirdest Scientific Studies Ever Conducted

Sep 17, 2020

There are people who decided to think out of the box because of which we got some of the biggest breakthroughs in scientific studies. But on the other hand, some strange and weird scientific studies have also been conducted that made our heads tilt.

A study was conducted at the Babraham Institute to determine whether sheep were capable of recognizing the faces of other sheep.

Dr. Anna Wilkinson of the University of Lincoln in the UK trained a red-footed tortoise to yawn in order to research social cognition in tortoises.

At the University of Minnesota, in 2004, scientists discovered that it is just as easy to swim in syrup as it is to swim in water.

In 2007, scientists found that hamsters recovered 50% faster from shifts in their daily time cycles when they were given Viagra. In 1930.

During the '80s, psychologist Robert Zions discovered that married couples start to look like each other over time.

Dr Allan Walker Blair allowed spider to bite him so that he could document his experience with the bite

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