A new study of TV-watching great tits reveals how they learn through observation. Social interactions within a predator species can have 'evolutionary consequences' for potential prey, such as the conspicuous warning colors of insects like ladybirds.
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Birds learn from each other's 'disgust,' enabling insects to evolve bright colors
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