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From Science Daily on 21-Oct-2015 18:51

This is it, kids: official permission to stop listening to what your parents tell you -- but only if you're a bird. Many animal parents spend time teaching their young about how to find food and avoid danger, and this usually gives a big boost to their offspring. However, a new commentary makes the case that when environmental conditions change, relying on their parents' way of doing things can actually hinder, not help, young cranes.


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