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Golfing Cockatoos Demonstrate Their Ace Tool Using Skills To Play Golf

A new study finds that problem-solving cockatoos can combine simple tools to accomplish a task, which is a cognitive ability that only a very few primates were previously known to perform

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A Tanimbar corella, also known as a Goffin’s cockatoo or Goffin’s corella (Cacatua goffiniana) at Abenteuer Zoo, Metelen, Germany. (Credit: hecht1969 / CC BY 2.0 DE)




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