PhysOrg Posted June 21, 2016 Share Posted June 21, 2016 Learning a first language is somewhat effortless. We start learning from our parents before we can even remember and the words and sounds are imprinted in our memory at an early age. Learning a new language as an adult is much more difficult, involves a lot of hard work, and you may never have the same fluency as with your first language. The same is true of songbirds. Zebra finches learn their song when they are young by listening to their father's or tutor's song. Read the full article on PhysOrg Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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