How do cuckoos trick other birds?

How do cuckoos trick other birds?

Cuckoos are masters of deception. When it comes to increasing their young, these birds really don’t have to have to establish a nest, secure their eggs or feed their offspring. As an alternative, female cuckoos pass these roles onto unsuspecting victims. 

Cuckoos are brood parasites, which means they never increase their have youthful. They lay their eggs in the nests of other fowl species, according to the Max Planck Culture in Germany, tricking other birds into pondering the cuckoo eggs are theirs. Some of the main targets for cuckoos include things like dunnocks (Prunella modularis), meadow pipits (Anthus pratensis) and reed warblers (Acrocephalus scirpaceus), scientists described in 2009 in the journal Hen Research

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