Birds orient their heads appropriately in response to functionally referential alarm calls of heterospecifics
Vertebrate alarm calls signal danger and often encode graded or categorical information about predatorproximity or type. In addition to allowing communication with conspeciﬁcs, alarm calls are a valuablesource of information for eavesdropping heterospeciﬁcs. However, although eavesdropping has beenexperimentally demonstrated in over 70 species, we know little about exactly what informationeavesdroppers gain from heterospeciﬁc alarm calls. Here, we investigated whether Australian...[Show more]
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