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A small New Zealand songbird that hides food for later use provides insights into cognitive evolution - Guest Work

Guest Author Nov 01, 2019

Rachael Shaw, Victoria University of Wellington When we think about animals storing food, the image that usually comes to mind is a squirrel busily hiding nuts for the winter. We don’t usually think of a small songbird taking down an enormous invertebrate, tearing it into pieces and hiding these titbits in the branches of trees to snack on later in … Read More