Health & Medicine
Study: Female Hummingbirds Cleverly Adopt Male Features to Avoid Attacks
Some females were discovered to have developed with bright plumage and this feature seems to protect them against aggression from the male.
What Gave the Pink-Headed Duck Its Unique Color?
Birds Maintain Vivid-Colored Feathers With Help Of Sophisticated Nanostructures, Researchers Say
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