Songbirds – Singing a shorter tune
Songbirds in the US are getting smaller
A study has been conducted on songbirds and the result of the study of almost half a million songbirds belonging to over 100 species resulted in what we would expect: They are gradually over time devolving. The birds are becoming lighter and losing wing lengt
h. This is only a 50 year study and of course mainstream science is using it as another environmental money-grab.
In Biology there is a promotional idea that animals tend to get smaller in warmer climates, however there is no evidence that this change is harmful or can be connected to their shrinking size.
This idea is known as the Bergmann’s Rule.
The Bergmann Rule is demonstrated when animals living at high altitudes or in more Northern areas are slightly larger than those who are not.