Brilliant Minds: Behavioral Scientist Sarah Benhaiem
June 9, 2013
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Sarah Benhaiem (28) from France works at the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research in Berlin, where she investigates the social behavior of hyenas.
In our Brilliant Minds series, Tomorrow Today presents young scientists who live and work in Germany.
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