Yes, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Canterbury, which found that the New Zealand Bellbird adapted its nesting behavior to different levels of predation-risk. The researchers hope their work can be used to help save at-risk and endangered island species.
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My son says there is such a thing as a Google Bird – a webkins animal that is based on a real bird – can anyone tell me if this is true?
Yes, there is a web kinz google bird but it is not based on a real bird (at least not as far as I know).
cool l didnt know that