Jackdaws, from the corvid family of birds, use their brightly coloured eyes to warn competitors away from their highly prized nesting boxes during the Spring breeding season, according to a British study. Researchers from the universities of Cambridge and Exeter say it’s the first time that a non-primate has been shown to use its eyes to communicate. Jim Drury has more.

[grabpress_video guid=324fae143398033a36c8e2615f502bcb752eec85 embed_id=2048873]

Thanks for checking us out. Please take a look at the rest of our videos and articles.


p>To stay in the loop, bookmark our homepage.