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Deer make collision-free escapes thanks to inbuilt 'compasses'

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Why do deer in a group, when startled, suddenly bolt away together and never collide with each other? It’s because these deer have an inner compass that allows them to follow a certain direction in order to make their escape.
(via WSJ Blogs)