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Such brood parasitism has arisen independently at least three times, in the groups known as cuckoos, cowbirds and honeyguides.
But for the clarity of reciprocity, nothing can match the relationship between honeyguide and honey hunter.
When humans speak up, the little African birds called honeyguides listen—and can understand, a new study confirms for the first time.
Honeyguides excel at locating bees’ nests, but a bird that tries to steal some of the tasty reward could easily be stung to death.
He and Spottiswoode are now working together to explore how hunters elsewhere in Africa signal honeyguides.
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