FACT: In order for small birds to have a chance against predators, they will form groups and participate in “mobbing,” in which they collectively crowd the predator, make noise, dart around distractingly, and try to convince it to get lost.
Read more stories of real-life Angry Birds here.

FACT: In order for small birds to have a chance against predators, they will form groups and participate in “mobbing,” in which they collectively crowd the predator, make noise, dart around distractingly, and try to convince it to get lost.


Read more stories of real-life Angry Birds here.

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