Tall brains or many babies: How birds can thrive in urban environments – Phys.org

Phys.org A new study in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution suggests that birds have two alternative strategies for coping with the difficulties of humanity’s increasingly chaotic cities—either by having large brains or through more frequent breeding. A new study in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution suggests that birds have two alternative strategies for coping with…

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3 babies in China might maybe well honest had been contaminated with coronavirus in the womb

3 babies in China might maybe well honest had been contaminated with coronavirus in the womb

Home News (Image: © Shutterstock) Three babies in China may have contracted the new coronavirus in the womb shortly before birth, according to two new reports.However, experts say the evidence in these cases is inconclusive and does not prove the new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, can pass from mother to child during pregnancy.In one report, doctors from…

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Mountainous brains or many infants: How birds can thrive in metropolis environments

House finchnigel. Credit: Wikimedia Commons A new study in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution suggests that birds have two alternative strategies for coping with the difficulties of humanity’s increasingly chaotic cities—either by having large brains or through more frequent breeding. Surviving in cities is so difficult that many bird species may be driven to extinction…

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