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Clever behaviour of Budgies

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According to the results of a new study by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, male budgie birds who show smarts become more attractive in the eyes of female counterparts.

Direct observation of “clever behaviour,” such as the ability to solve problems to gain access to food, can affect mate preference in birds by making particularly adept males the preferred mates of females, a behaviour which could underlie the evolution of cognitive performance in non-human animals.

Clever Birds

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