The “House of Knowledge” is like a collection of stories. Beautiful stories that tell the living in all its freshness. But also, in all its complexities. Arch to marvel at the world’s treasures. In this ninth episode, let’s return to Australia the home of songbirds and parrots. We’ll only meet a strange bird there: the Gray Messenger.
The Gray Messenger is A.About thirty centimeters. They are only found in Australia. at Dr’ , Especially. So, of course, A bit boring. But it deserves to be known. Because it is a very sociable bird. For example, he shares his clay nest with other members of his group.
He is a player. We sometimes see him jog at high speedTwig in Chased by his friends, the Gray Messenger. Mess? He better spent his time imagining tools that would improve him . Let’s take an example from us, the people, who developed Through the use of more and more advanced tools. Other animals did, too. Researchers call it “hypothesis Technique “.
But can we imagine that this hypothesis is somewhat exaggerated? However, this is the view shared by Professor Gisela Kaplan, from (Australia). According to her, gameplay may actually be the key to developing a .
The game, the IQ engine?
Opinion based on long reviews of 77. Lorikeet a rainbow who loves to swing. Giant king hunter – also known as kookaburra – who prefers to play with stones. Or the white-winged person who is distracted in an attempt to steal the branches that were caught along with his little buddies.
The result: seriousness does not pay!It does not give birds any benefit Brain size – not even . The game is another thing. Birds who love to play – and even more so those who know social play, which is shared with their peers – clearly win My brain – and at the time of life.
Note that nothing today lets us know what happened first: the attraction to the game or the size of the brain. Either way, play seems to provide more than just an opportunity to spend time together. So, take an example from the Gray Messenger … not that stupid!