February 2017 cover
Beside us. A calf of critically endangered saiga antelope in a lateral position relative to its mother. Image by Andrey Giljov. Cover design by Allen Beattie.
A left eye/right hemisphere advantage for mother-infant interactions was revealed in 11 mammal species. Lateralization was assessed based on the preferences in lateral position choice.
From 'Lateralization of mother-infant interactions in a wide range of mammal species.' Karenina et al., Nature Ecology & Evolution 1; 0030 (2017)