What Can Dancing Cockatoos Teach Us About Ourselves?
U.S. · WORLD · SCIENCE
August 9, 20229 min read1771 words
Published: August 9, 2022  |  9 min read1771 words
Has a gull ever snatched a French fry from you, or made a dive at your sandwich? Would you have been more, or less, annoyed if you found out that the bird knew exactly when you would appear, and was in effect lying in wait? Scientists in Bristol, England, recently discovered that...
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Aug 18
Fascinating article showcases the breadth of avian behaviours and capabilities, and how similar they can be to us, as well as explains in a didactic manner how evolution works and why you shouldn't ascribe meaning to it.
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