Birds sang a 'sexier' tune during San Francisco's coronavirus lockdown, study finds
Friday, 25 September 2020 ()
The birdsongs, as a result, began singing more quietly, hitting lower notes and improving their vocal performance. It sounds "sexier" to mates," too.
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