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'Shy' male birds flock together—and have fewer friends

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Male birds that exhibit 'shy' social behaviour are much more likely to join flocks of birds with a similar personality than their 'bold' male counterparts, a new study has found. But shy birds also have fewer social partners than bold birds.

 

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Male birds that exhibit "shy" social behavior are much more likely to join flocks of birds with a similar personality than their "bold" male counterparts, a new study has found. But shy birds also have fewer social partners than bold birds.SNsqaVevyhM

 

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