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Seagulls flock the shores. Pigeons dominate cities.
When birds and people hang out in the same space, the birds can get wilder than ever.
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City-dwelling humans need street smarts.
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Birds' songs have adapted to city environments. Noisy humans cause an upward shift in song frequency.
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Problem solving, making tools, and planning ahead all help birds navigate cityscapes.
Gulls and crows use their big brains to get by in the concrete jungle.
Crows can make compound tools.
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The vultures are attracted to the rotten scent people use to detect odorless gas.
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