How parents divide their duties: Unexpected diversity in socially synchronized rhythms of shorebirds

Parents need to synchronize the care for their offspring. This leads to extreme and unexpected diversity in how parents attend their nest in shorebirds, finds an international team led by Max Planck researchers.

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Last updated on 25 November 2016

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Media Watch
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United States of America
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Birds