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Corvids have long impressed scientists with their flexibility in problem-solving and innovative tool use. Opportunistic observations of five wild house crows (Corvus splendens), a couple of them approaching burning oil lamps and delicately lifting the flaming wick and extinguishing it to consume...
The transcriptome comprises all RNA molecules in a sample, tissue, or organism. A limitation of comparative transcriptomic studies which compare gene expression between individuals often under some differing exposure or treatment, of wild avian populations continues to be sample preservation of...
Bird call, which is widely used in all species of birds, is short, simple, and functionally diverse in comparison to song. Here, we have recorded call types of Eurasian tree sparrows (Passer montanus) at multiple situations and various communal behaviors. The Eurasian tree sparrow belongs to the...
Food is one of the key environmental factors affecting an organism’s behavior and physiology on daily and seasonal basis. Over the years, studies regarding human food habits and its subsequent impact on their behavior and physiology have been explored a lot but studies on same line are missing...
In sexually colour dimorphic bird species, males can exhibit phenotypic variation, with males breeding in either dull female-like plumage or brightly coloured plumage. Two contradictory hypotheses predict that the male phenotype variation can influence the female investment in a given breeding...
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