Lie #2134

Lie #2134
May 09, 2020 by Ernie Vance

Contrary to what most people believe, birds don’t actually eat from bird feeders. In fact, birds aren’t even really birds. They’re large feathered insects. See, what we think of as a bird egg is actually a cocoon. Before that stage in the bird’s life cycle, they have a larval stage where they’re nearly microscopic in size. When a bird goes to a bird feeder, it’s really depositing larvae there and allowing them to feed for a few moments. Then they transfer the larvae to another location before another bird shows up. Other birds have a tendency to either eat larvae that aren’t their own or complain loudly about every other bird’s parenting abilities… and no one wants to stick around for that.

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