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Mexico City :: Mexico | over 1 year ago

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I Think It Was The Sound Of A Walrus February 02, 2013 6:49 AM February 2, 2013 Stand aside Beyonce, there's a new sound in town...The Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology has just finished digitizing its huge archive of wildlife sounds

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Melbourne :: Australia | almost 2 years ago

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Birds that sing versatile songs may be better able to cope with fluctuating weather, Australian researchers have said. A study done at Australian National University and the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center found that North American songbirds

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 2 years ago

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If you see a burly man emerge from the bushes in Central Park, with a purposeful look in his eyes and twigs in his beard, he's more likely these days to be after a yellow-throated warbler than you...When I was out with the dogs the other morning, I

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Washington :: DC :: USA | over 2 years ago

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The Washington Post Neuroscience Gray matter, changing as you go gray Book cover The Great Animal Orchestra by Bernie Krause Life Lab, Koshland Science Museum Remember to cherish your youth. And if you need a reminder, there's the Life Lab exhibit

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Sheffield :: United Kingdom | over 2 years ago

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on 12th December 2011 Birdsong in built-up areas has the X Factor, scientists said last night. A study found that urban birdsong travels further than its country counterpart, due to its sweeter sound. The higher pitch helps prevent the tweets and

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San Diego :: CA :: USA | over 2 years ago

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Also of interest New research suggests that some birds species adjust their songs to account for the noisy urban environment. Birds tend to sing at higher notes in areas where there's a general clamor, according to researchers from the Smithsonian

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Jerusalem :: Israel | almost 3 years ago

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Ailbhe Malone Matthew Herbert sizes up some more collaborators On 10 October, everyone will have the chance to own a piece of the most publicised porker since Babe. The animal in question is the protagonist of Matthew Herbert 's One Pig, an album and

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Toronto :: Canada | almost 3 years ago

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Now it appears that songbirds are doing something very similar. The sweet chorus of chirping sparrows may be a welcome sound in millions of gardens but they are actually swapping insults with each other like battling rappers, new research reveals.

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 3 years ago

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Alasdair Wilkins There are lots of animals, including dogs and apes, that can communicate in something we might understand as sentences. But only one non-human species has complex enough communication that they actually need grammatical rules...What

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London :: United Kingdom | 3 years ago

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on 12th May 2011 They are designed to help twitchers identify the calls and songs of birds they hear out in the field. But photographers desperate to capture the perfect shot  have been accused of playing birdsong applications to deliberately lure

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