Animal news: coral reef and elderly human brains

From Harper’s May Findings:

The reseeding of an Indonesian coral reef resulted in increased whooping, croaking, and growling.

Marvelous, isn’t it? The reef is expressing relief and pleasure.

The brains of the elderly exhibit lesions resulting from a lifetime of wear and tear and may also be cluttered with accumulated knowledge.

I’m rejecting those lesions but will acknowledge the clutter.

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