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Pied butcherbirds, such as this one, sing solos, duos and trios. © Duade Paton

Birdsong has inspired humans for centuries: is it music?

Is birdsong simply a hard-wired, functional, primitive sound – or could we call it 'music'? Australia's pied butcherbirds show there are surprising overlaps between birds' and humans' musical abilities.
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Why it’s so important to understand how elephants sleep

By understanding sleep across animals we can gain insights into improving the quality of human sleep. It can also help to bolster conservation management strategies for the animals in question.
Snow leopard, as captured by the BBC’s Planet Earth II. BBC/David Willis

Snow leopard ‘rape’: what was really going on?

The most recent episode of the BBC's Planet Earth II has got people asking some hard questions about the world's most mysterious big cats.

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