Video: Video: Wow. When bird calls are slowed down, they sound like *actual* music, and Mozart mimicked these songs in his compositions (Nova - Bird Brains)

Birds have an undeserved reputation for low brainpower. In fact, they produce one of the most glorious phenomena in nature: birdsong. How do their brains do it? And what does this skill tell us about the evolution of another remarkable phenomenon, human language?
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Wow. When bird calls are slowed down, they sound like *actual* music, and Mozart mimicked these songs in his compositions (Nova - Bird Brains)

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