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very well :)
Well it's mother is actually a hybrid between to species, yet was still able to reproduce.This is a rare, but cute moment.
they are all warblers so i don't find it that fascinating.
I mean it's still all different species.
they are Darwin finches
what exactly do you think makes a different species?
Usually, when you have two different species, they're so genetically different, they cannot form a fertile offspring.
Species is defined as the largest group of organisms that can interbreed to produce a fertile offspring.
Not just any bird. It's a rare hybrid.
The bird is a naturally occurring hybrid of three bird.
Do you know what kinds? Do you have a link to an article. I mean I can look it up myself as well but just curious what you read.
I provided the links. And I said it above what type of bird they are.
I don't see anything written. I can only see the title of the question and a picture:/
Not the only one, but it's a very rare occurrence.
The link is there.
Oh... I’m on the app. I don’t see it
No!!!They're song birds! Just song birds!!!🐤🐦
Delicious song birds:D