Bird’s mimicry to scare predators

thornbill_650x400_61433325210Thorn Bill, a bird from Australia is said to be an expert in mimicry. It has a rationale to do it, said researchers from Australia National University. Bill has the capacity to raise its voice 40 times more than its size only to throw a protective layer around its kids in the nest. It cries like fox and vulture in high pitch to keep off its enemies. Such birds are there, said scientists. The bird proved that Darwin’s theory – struggle of existence is accurate.

Medaram Jathara

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