Bird Can 'Read' Human Gaze

Friday, April 3, 2009 - 15:28 in Biology & Nature

We all know that people sometimes change their behavior when someone is looking their way. Now, a new study in Current Biology shows that jackdaws -- birds related to crows and ravens with eyes that appear similar to human eyes -- can do the same.

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