PhysOrg Posted September 21, 2016 Share Posted September 21, 2016 The female Superb Lyrebird of Australia is finally getting her day in the sun. The male is justly famous for his amazing ability to mimic sounds. But for the first time, scientists have conducted a systematic study (opens in new window) of the sounds that female Superb Lyrebirds make. They find that she, too, is a skilled vocalist that can imitate the voices of at least 19 other bird species. Read the full article on PhysOrg Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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