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Collision into buildings cause of many birds’ deaths: Study

29 January 2018 | Research

A new study led by Mr David Tan from the Evolutionary Biology Laboratory at NUS Faculty of Science has shown that almost a third of resident birds found dead in Singapore over a four-year period were killed because of collisions with buildings. The study also found some species of resident birds were more susceptible to building collisions.

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