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Parrot talk can lead to flock


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During flock encounters, a single vocal interaction seems to be sufficient for making the decision of whether to recruit an individual or flock. Parrots are known for their splendid ability to imitate, including the contact calls of other individuals during vocal interactions. Such rapid vocal matching is hypothesized to precede and mediate the formation of new flocks. But how are such interactions perceived by others?

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