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Stories by Jürgen Nicolai

Mimicry in Parasitic Birds

Various species of birds lay their eggs In the nest of another bird, which then incubates the eggs and feeds the young. The widow birds of Africa achieve this result by some remarkable feats of mimicry...

October 1, 1974 — Jürgen Nicolai
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Scientific American Health & Medicine

Scientific American Health & Medicine