Birds 'caring' for each other

To: "Bob Ashford" <>
Subject: Birds 'caring' for each other
From: "gary wright" <>
Date: Fri, 15 Aug 2008 11:59:22 +0930

good story-I don't think you need worry about being anthropomorphic. I think it is just an example of animals doing what they do, which is care for each other(who knows perhaps more reliably than humans care for each other). I am sure many of us have seen a recently killed bird on the road with a member (or many members)of the same species standing by it.


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