Due to a neurotoxin carried in algae, sea lions can develop a form of epilepsy that’s similar to that found in humans. Thanks to the findings of a new study led by Stanford University researchers, the sea lions’ seizures could be prevented — and better treatment for epilepsy could be on the way for both animals and humans.
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