Why Honeyguide Birds "Talk" To Humans

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The Kenyan honeyguide bird has an unusual and very remarkable behavior: it engages in an interspecies collaboration with humans to locate African bee colonies. In exchange for their guide service, the birds then share the harvest of the recovered honey.

Sir David Attenborough explains in this very interesting BBC clip titled Talking to Strangers.

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