Birds can recognise and co-operate with other species

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Birds are clear in many ways including building nests close to larger birds nests to safeguard them from predator etc. Now a research conducted by researchers from University of Chicago and University of Nebraska shown that variegated fairy-wrens can identify other species exemplified by studying splendid fairy-wrens and then formulate the co-operation. The research was published in the journal Behavioral Ecology 

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