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In many animals, vocalizations are necessary for social interactions to occur; however, anthropic noise can pose a problem as it can disrupt acoustic communication. Oscine birds display a variety of strategies to presumably increase the chances of detection in noisy habitats. On the other hand,...
There is growing concern that anthropogenic noise has various deleterious effects on wildlife in urban environments. In humans, it has been suggested that anthropogenic noise exposure during childhood can have long-term effects on cognitive processes in adulthood. Here we tested if urban noise...
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