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20 June 2012 Last updated at 07:42
Japanese deer ‘eavesdrop’ on monkeys for food
By Ella Davies, Reporter, BBC Nature
Sika deer “eavesdrop” on monkey chatter in order to find food, say scientists.
But when scientists played macaque calls from hidden speakers, the deer gathered nearby, indicating that they associate the sounds with benefits.
The results were published in the journal Behavioural Processes.
Dr Hiroki Koda who led the study said it was a good example of “possible interspecies communication” and that the deer seemed to be eavesdropping as a “foraging strategy”.
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