Mice’s facial expressions can reveal a wide range of emotions

A machine learning approach reveals subtle ear, nose and whisker movements

Mouse expression illustration

Subtle movement in ears, whiskers and noses can signal mice’s feelings of pleasure, fear and pain, researchers find.

J. Kuhl/Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology

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