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Veterinary Science - Aug 20
Veterinary Science
Sleeping with the head tucked in the back feathers is a common behavior exhibited by most species of birds. In a recent study, scientist from the Vetmeduni Vienna and the University of Vienna found, that the hiding of the head during sleep reduces heat loss and conserves energy reserves. However sleeping with the head tucked is risky for the birds.
Life Sciences - Sep 6, 2017
Life Sciences

The bending of a hook into wire to fish for the handle of a basket by the crow Betty 15 years ago stunned the scientific world.


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