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Traditional Hunters

Caption: The Hadza people of Tanzania wore wristwatches with GPS trackers that followed their movements while hunting or foraging. Data showed that humans join a variety of other species including sharks and honeybees in using a Lévy walk pattern while foraging.

Credit: Brian Wood/Yale University

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Related news release: Walking the walk: What sharks, honeybees and humans have in common


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