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Reed Warbler Feeding a Common Cuckoo Chick

Reed Warbler feeding a Common Cuckoo chick by Per Harald Olsen. Some species of birds thrive not by carefully rearing their own young, but by pawning that task off on adults of other species. This is called Brood Parasitism.

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