A dancing cockatoo shows that humans aren’t the only animals with rhythm
The idea for a science experiment can come from an unusual
place. After watching a YouTube video of a dancing bird named Snowball, a
Bird lovers have long claimed that their pets have rhythm, and there are many videos of dancing birds online. Until now, scientists have suspected that humans are the only animals that can accurately keep rhythm with music.
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