Bird Feathers Sing
Katherine A. Thichava
Recent research out of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology has discovered that male club-winged manakins use their wings to make unique sounds to impress the ladies. They are able to vibrate their wings at twice the speed of a hummingbird to create a violin-like sound.
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