Isolated crayfish are more resistant to the effects of alcohol
SloshedAlexis Exum and Jens Herberholz/University of Maryland, College ParkBy Brian OwensFor crayfish at least, a more sociable life makes booze work quicker. When crayfish were put in water containing a little alcohol, the ones who had been kept on their own over the preceding week took longer to show signs of alcohol exposure – such as tail flips...
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