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Feathered fathers and mothers have diverse parenting arrangements, according to research

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Birds of a feather flock together but they schedule parenting duties differently. Researchers are part of an international team of ornithologists who have published a study about how mated pairs of wild shorebirds have established diverse schedules for parental care of the nest.N9b1_hGdcwE


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