Zebra finches brought up without their fathers don't react to the singing of potential suitors in the same way that female birds usually do, hinting that the environment in which the birds are raised can have a determining effect on their behaviour.
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Lost in translation: To the untrained zebra finch ear, jazzy courtship songs fall flat
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