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Egg Patterns Identify Intruders
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Egg Patterns Identify Intruders
When cuckoos lay eggs in other birds’ nests, they produce eggs similar in color and pattern to the hosts’ own. With the help of a new computer program, scientists analyze egg patterns to see how certain details could help host birds detect an imposter.


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Posted by Tibor on November 25, 2014
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