ScienceDaily Posted January 26, 2022 Share Posted January 26, 2022 Biologists have found an animal for the first time that communicates with the complexity of human language: song sparrows. According to a new study, male song sparrows memorize a 30-minute long playlist of their recently belted tunes and use that information to curate both their current playlist and the next one. The findings suggest that song sparrows deliberately shuffle and repeat their songs possibly to keep a female's attention. View the full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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