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That rule only applies to British English and not American English. Americans can end a sentence with a preposition. You are probably using as your source a joke that used to go around about a Texan visiting Harvard and asking where the bathroom was "at". The Texas answered, "Ok, so where is the bathroom at, asshole?". It's a joke and not exactly accurate for American English, at that.
Animals sharing our habitat have little trouble leaving their past behind.
Our brains are machines that steer us clear of risk.
In evolutionary terms, bird nests resemble human fabrications.
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