A group of tiny, colorful birds has been singing the exact same tunes for more than 500,000 years — and maybe as long as 1 million years, according to a new study.
A wildlife photographer in Israel spotted a murmuration of starlings flying in an incredible bent spoon shape. How do the birds do it?
Haast's eagle may have hunted large prey like an eagle, but its eating habits — targeting the internal organs — were more like those of a vulture.
Reference Rather than raising their own offspring, cuckoos have perfected the art of deception.
The bald eagles may have tangled while fighting over territory or executing a courtship ritual.
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