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The more feathers a male sparrow carries to the nest, the more eggs the female will lay

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An international team lead by the University of Granada has found that female sparrows will invest more energy into laying eggs according to the male's ability to fill the nest with feathers which serve to insulate the chicks from the cold and keep them alive.


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