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Pin-Striped Tit-Babblers in a Public Bath House

Posted by Richard Conniff on September 23, 2013

OK, I have to admit that when I read that title, it conjured up the image of lecherous Wall Street plutocrats playing peeping tom, and volubly comparing notes, outside the women’s bathing area.

But, in fact, it is a totally legit natural history description. Let’s go to the video

Also check out this version from the Bird Ecology Study Group, which adds some helpful commentary: http://www.besgroup.org/2013/09/23/pin-striped-tit-babblers-in-a-public-bath-house/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+besg+%28Bird+Ecology+Study+Group%29

 

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