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Lyrebird Mimicry

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Theatre with Susan Hetherington
Bernadette Robinson is a lyrebird. Her extraordinary mimicry of some of the best-known singing voices in music history is the foundation of a captivating one-woman show playing at the Cremorne Theatre until March 19. Pennsylvania Avenue is the story of ...
Bird-brained and brilliant: Australia's avians are smarter than you think
The dog came running and chased the cat away. The magpie stayed. Many Australian species mimic in the wild.
Lyrebirds mimicking chainsaws: fact or lie?
Famed for their spectacular courtship display, you may have seen footage of lyrebirds mimicking human noises such as chainsaws and camera clicks. But do lyrebirds in the wild really mimic chainsaws? Yes, if you search the internet; no, if you read the ...
Hear the amazing lyrebird who can mimic all the birds of the forest and even
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and this lyrebird must be looking for some compliments as he seems to have his impersonations of bush birds down to a tee.
Absurd Creature of the Week: The Bird That Does Unbelievable Impressions of
Behold the superb lyrebird, whose calls are surely the most impressive in the animal kingdom.

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