ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS: NATURE'S PLAYFUL STRATEGY

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Almost everybody learns the two-player “Rock, Paper, Scissors” game quite early on in life - but beyond it being just a bit of fun, or perhaps a means to determine whose turn it is to take the trash out - were you aware that this simple game also embodies a strategy that plays an important role in the evolution of life and the maintenance of biodiversity?

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Gordon Webster