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Re: Rooks cooperate to get treats

Dora Smith writes:

So do budgies. I just now watched one hop to another perch instead of flying, having spent a full minute calculating the hop. Now, he could have flown alot faster. Grin!

The New Zealand Kokako can barely fly at all, and prefers to hop about from branch to branch. It's ecological niche has been compared to that of 'flying' squirrels or gliding possums.


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