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  If your mother wants to tell you something, she uses words. Birds cannot talk as we do. But some birds can make sounds to warn their young of danger. They have their own way to make the young birds do certain things.

       The jackdaw is a kind of blackbirds that lives in Europe. Jackdaws live together in flocks(群).Young jackdaws do not know their enemies. When an older jackdaw sees a dog, it makes a loud rattling sound. The younger birds know this sound means an enemy is nearby. The sound warns them to know their enemies.

       If a young jackdaw is in a dangerous place, a jackdaw parent flies over him from behind. The parent bird flies low over the young bird’s back. The parent’s tail feathers(羽毛) move quickly from side to side. It is trying to say,“Follow me.” At the same time, the parent calls out,“Key-aw,”  The parent means,“Fly home with me.” The young bird then follows the older one home. Young jackdaws do not have to learn what certain sounds mean. They know the meaning of these sounds form the time they hatch(孵出)

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   如果你的母亲想要告诉你一件事,但她用的是文字。鸟不能谈,因为我们做的。但是,一些鸟可以发出声音警告其危险年轻。他们有自己的方式让幼鸽做一些事情。

   寒鸦是一种生活在欧洲的黑鸟。寒鸦成群的生活在一起。年幼的寒鸦不知道他们的敌人。当一只年长的寒鸦看到一只狗,它就会想起“嘎嘎”声。年幼的鸟就知道这声音意味着敌人就在附近。这声音警告它们知道敌人。

    如果一只年幼的寒鸦处于危险地方,它的父母会从后面向它飞来。公鸟低飞越过年幼的鸟的背后。公鸟的羽翼迅速从一边到另一边。它是想说:“跟我来”。与此同时,它的父亲叫一声:“key-aw”。意思是“跟我回家”。年幼的寒鸦然后跟着它一起飞回家。年幼的寒鸦没必要学习那些声音的意思,它们知道这些声音的意思的时候,正是它们孵化的时候。。

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