With the appearance of a very alert bird with male feathers and anaesthetes, Pennsylvania scientists made a great discovery.
With a separation in the middle as well as with holes on the yellow wing level on one side and a beautiful pink wing on the lower side on the other, scientists and researchers say that this strange bird is looking for a record
And the researchers say it’s not our security without a blood test or an autopsy for every bird.
The chest of pheucticus ludovicianus is almost the product of a genetic worm known as binary gynandromorphy which may be exhorted by bagthon in a number of birds already
Unlike the so-called hermaphroditism, which involves the presence of a group of reproductive tissues of males and females with gynandromorphs, which have contradictory sexual characteristics on the side of their bodies that already appear.
In this case, one side with a pink chest shows a female genetically, and the other side has all the characteristics of genetic males.
And if the bird resembles other gynandromorphs, we found that this left-to-right split could also apply to its guts, including the brain and genitals.
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