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Endangered Australian songbird is forgetting its songs

Endangered Australian songbird is forgetting its songs

According to scientists, a songbird, the regent honeyeater, has become so threatened that it has started to lose its song. Once abundant in south-eastern Australia, the species is now critically endangered with just 300 remaining in the world. ’They didn’t sound anything like a regent honeyeater - they sounded like different species,’ a researcher from the Difficult Bird Research Group said.

Clara
Clara
nacho
nacho 0 months

Heartbreaking.... If it's not propaganda. Why does the endangered bird not sing?

Elijah
Elijah 0 months

I'm glad it's only 12 percent, hopefully we can boost their populating enough the song survives.

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