ScienceDaily Posted January 27, 2022 Share Posted January 27, 2022 Beautiful 'supertramp' birds in Southeast Asia are providing unique insights into how evolution is linked to flight ability and competition. New research testing decades-old theories has confirmed that the isolating effects of islands impact the evolution of even the species most accomplished at colonizing them -- and in some surprising ways. Among the eye-opening findings is the discovery that these birds settle down more readily than would be expected -- once they have colonized an island they tend to stay there rather than searching for others. View the full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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