PhysOrg Posted June 12, 2017 Share Posted June 12, 2017 Juvenile birds discriminate and selectively learn their own species' songs even when primarily exposed to the songs of other species, but the underlying mechanism has remained unknown. A new study, by researchers at Uppsala University, shows that song discrimination arises due to genetic differences between species, rather than early learning or other mechanisms. The results are published in Nature Ecology & Evolution. Read the full article on PhysOrg Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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