Eggy arms race

The eggs laid by two African bird species have evolved different color patterns over a period of just 40 years, according to new research published in The American Naturalist. The quick change appears to be driven by an unwanted guest in the nest. Source: University of Chicago Press Journals - Discipline: Evolution

Eggy arms race

A collection of eggs from wild cuckoo finches and their hosts, the tawny-flanked prinia, beautifully demonstrates the pace of an evolutionary arms race

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