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Zebra finches might sing to synchronize their breeding with each other


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Australian wild zebra finches sing more with others around when breeding conditions are favorable. Their song also changes based on their breeding stage and it attracts other zebra finches. A possible explanation for this behavior is that birds try to influence each other's breeding behavior by singing, as found in research from Wageningen University & Research published in the journal Current Biology.

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