A new study of egg patterning, based based on the collection partly shown here, showed how some African birds “mark” their eggs to ID eggs left in their nest by other bird species.
A new study of egg patterning, based based on the collection partly shown here, showed how some African birds “mark” their eggs to ID eggs left in their nest by other bird species. Eleanor Caves Duke University
A new study of egg patterning, based based on the collection partly shown here, showed how some African birds “mark” their eggs to ID eggs left in their nest by other bird species. Eleanor Caves Duke University

Science Briefs: Markings let birds ID their own eggs

June 21, 2015 04:00 PM

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