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Study finds some birds process sound much as people do, suggesting stream segregation is not a uniquely human ability

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While analyzing and untangling multiple environmental sounds is an important social tool for humans, for animals that analysis is a critical survival skill. Yet humans and animals use similar cues to make sense of their acoustic worlds, according to new research from the University at Buffalo.


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