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Pigeons having toes amputated by waste human hair in Paris
Pigeons with mutilated feet are a common sight in cities — and human hair appears to be the grizzly culprit. It turns out that the greater the number of hairdressers on a city block, the more pigeons have missing toes.
Rats, pigeons 'replace iconic species'
The modification of land for farming and building cities is favoring the same species everywhere, according to a new study.
Crested pigeons sound the alarm with their wings
Crested pigeons communicate without even opening their beaks. The birds have a built-in alarm system that’s set off by fluttering feathers when flying away from danger, researchers reported.
Urban pigeons help researchers monitor lead pollution
New research shows toxicity levels in urban pigeons are a good proxy for risk of lead poisoning in children.
LED-lit pigeons illuminate New York skies in art exhibit
Thousands of pigeons with tiny LED lights strapped to their legs swooped through the darkening skies in a jaw-dropping display of beauty, but savvy New Yorkers gazing up at the performance art knew enough to keep their mouths shut.

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