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Birds learn from each other's 'disgust,' enabling insects to evolve bright colors Options
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Birds learn from each other's 'disgust,' enabling insects to evolve bright colors

Many animals have evolved to stand out. Bright colours are easy to spot, but they warn predators off by signalling toxicity or foul taste. Yet if every individual predator has to eat colourful prey to learn this unappetising lesson, it's a puzzle how conspicuous ... More...
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