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Submission + - Behavior of Birds Depends on Their Hatching Order

An anonymous reader writes: A new study looks at the behavior of birds and found the hatching order of birds influences how they behave in adulthood.
The study was conducted by Dr. Ian Hartley and Dr. Mark Mainwaring (LEC), researchers at the University of Lancaster Environment Center. The researchers noticed that the youngest members of the zebra finch broods were more adventurous than their older siblings in later life.
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Behavior of Birds Depends on Their Hatching Order

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