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Animals have personalities, too
Date:4/27/2011

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Dr Arnold wants to extend the work to establish how personality traits affects birds in the wild. She says, "Neophobic birds those that are afraid of new things -- may suffer high costs of oxidative stress and die early because they paid these physiological costs, but they might also be less likely to be eaten by a predator because they are more wary than bolder birds ."


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