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Birds are known for their acute vision and sense of hearing, but what about their other senses? For instance, did you know that Parrots have more taste buds than the average bird? And that it’s not necessarily the Owl’s ears that help her hear so well? Find out about these fascinating facts on today’s Bird Show, where we explore the sensational world of avian perception.
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Special Guest: Abby Couture, Student Intern from McGill University
Co-Host: Chipmunk the Ameraucana Chicken
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Music: The Deviants
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