ScienceDaily Posted August 2, 2018 Share Posted August 2, 2018 Birds often eavesdrop on the alarm calls of other species, making it possible for them to take advantage of many eyes looking out for danger. Now, researchers have found that fairy-wrens can learn those unfamiliar calls -- which they liken to a foreign language -- even without ever seeing the bird that made the call or the predator that provoked it. View the full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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