Seeing Sick Birds Boosts Canaries’ Immune Responses
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Seeing Sick Birds Boosts Canaries’ Immune Responses

Unlike humans, domestic canaries don’t have the option of social distancing when one of their own is ill. But canaries may have evolved a nifty workaround for protecting their populations when disease strikes! Hosted by: Niba Audrey Nirmal SciShow has a spinoff podcast! It's called SciShow Tangents. Check it out at
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The mere sight of illness may kick-start a canary’s immune system

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