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| Last Updated:: 07/09/2021

Female hummingbirds’ self-defense

 

 

 

New research on the glittering white necked Jacobin hummingbird reveals nearly 20 per cent of the species’ adult female have male like plumage. Why?


To dodge bullies and get better access to food.

 

 

 

 

 

Source: The Assam Tribune Guwahati, 03.09.2021, pg.18.