New Zealand Songbirds Attack Rivals That Sing Pretty Songs

Birds are territorial creatures, and they’ll passionately defend their chosen area from unwanted intrusions. For some songbirds, it doesn’t even take a physical breach to draw their ire — if you’re a lovely singer, they’ll attack.

New Zealand’s tui songbirds certainly aren’t doing the “jealous performer” stereotype any good. Males of the species will fend off rival males encroaching on their territory, and they’re especially aggressive toward those with more intricate, some might say pret

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