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Some Birds Can Communicate About Behavior of Predators

SOME BIRDS CAN COMMUNICATE ABOUT BEHAVIOR OF PREDATORS

Science Daily, January 11, 2008

"With the aid of various alarm calls the Siberian jay bird species tells other members of its group what their main predators--hawks--are doing. The alarm calls are sufficient for Siberian jays to evince situation-specific fleeing behaviors, which enhances their chances of survival. This discovery, being published by Uppsala University researcher Michael Griesser in the journal Current Biology, shows for the first time that animals can assess and communicate about the behavior of predators."

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http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/01/080109100221.htm

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