Songbirds show remarkable flexibility in learning tunes

Topics:

Biological Sciences – The Body, Genetics, Living Things

Additional: Careers, Technology

Concepts (South Australia):

Biological Sciences – Diversity and Evolution, Form and Function

Years: 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10

The internet of thoughts is coming | Cosmos

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The little-known native foods about to change the world – Australia’s Science Channel

From 3D printing to bioplastic, seaweed just keeps on giving – Australia’s Science Channel

Corals can’t adjust to acidic oceans – Australia’s Science Channel

Laos is scattered with jars of the dead – Australia’s Science Channel

We consume over 74,000 microplastic particles a year – Australia’s Science Channel

Branching out: Making graphene from gum trees – Australia’s Science Channel

Microfibres are polluting the Great Barrier Reef – Australia’s Science Channel

For food production, diversity brings strength | Cosmos

Songbirds show remarkable flexibility in learning tunes | Cosmos

Songbirds show remarkable flexibility in learning tunes | Cosmos

Chernobyl is now a hugely important wildlife refuge | Cosmos

For Antarctic food webs, penguin poo is the gift that keeps | Cosmos

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The findings could give new insights into human speech development. This interesting article could support the delivery of Biological sciences for years 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, and 10. It would be useful when discussing body systems, adaptations and the similarities between humans and animals.

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