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On this day inNational Geographic printed its first ever image of a bare female breast. It was only later that I realized that it actually did some of the best photojournalism ever. The last time I checked, it was still a great magazine. But I do find the disconnect strange.

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To investigate if longer beaks were giving the birds an advantage, the team looked at ongoing studies of great tit fledgling rates.

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Subscriber Exclusive Content. In the U. Intriguingly, the opposite was true for the great tits in the Netherlands—likely because the British have a lot more bird feeders than the Dutch.

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This is what led he and his team to start looking at DNA from two distinct populations of great tits, a yellow-and-black songbird found in the U. After examining thousands of DNA sequences, the researchers found discrepancies in areas of the birds' genetic code typically associated with face shape in humans, as well as in areas associated with beak shape in Darwin finches, which have been the subject of these sorts of studies before.

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