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Researchers from Otago University have discovered that birds that grow up in artificially safe environments can lose their ability to recognise predators.
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19/06/2012 8:56:56 a.m.
A interesting article on the behaviour of New Zealand birds; however, the lead in to the video shows a picture of a European Robin, which is not found in New Zealand ! It would be more appropriate & accurate to have a picture of a New Zealand Robin.
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