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Birds Choose Mates Based on Compatibility, Not Good Genes. Free mate choice enhances fitness: Zebra finch offspring benefit from love marriages.Finches that ‘fall in love’ have greater reproductive success.by Delila James Birds Fall In Love And Choose Compatible Mates Like Humans Do, Study Finds.

Speed Dating Experiment Reveals Birds Fall In Love.

by Matthew Buchanan New study asks why birds fall in love.

by Rachel Feltman Zebra finches don’t do forced marriages, they’re into real love.

by Emily De Marco It’s not jut the genes: zebra finches show love is essential too. Birds reveal why being picky with love is important. by Thu-Huong Ha Birds reveal the evolutionary importance of love. by Donald V Morris Falling In Love Increases Reproductive Success in Birds, Researchers Say.

by Sam Wong Online dating for birds: Zebra finches prefer behavioral compatibility to looks. Free mate choice enhances fitness: Zebra finch offspring benefit from love marriages. by Jennifer Viegas Lovesick Birds Are Worse Parents Than Happy Couples. by Philip Hunter Study: Birds that mate for love have more successful bird families. by Sean Martin Speed-dating session of birds reveals they too can fall in love.

by Grrl Scientist Why Love Matters to Zebra Finches by Erica Langston Speed dating shows arranged bird marriages lead to bad parenting. by Danielle Bengsch one of the experimental aviary Birds reveal the evolutionary importance of love. by Jeff Riley Birds Fall in Love Too, Speed Dating Experiment Shows. by Samuel Illingworth What Birds See in Their Mates hosted by Jack Stewart (from 7’15”) Lovey-dovey finches hosted by Samantha Mahaffey Love birds hosted by Bob Hirshon Birds reveal the evolutionary importance of love. by Jena Lewis Birds shed light on evolutionary importance of love. by Simon Wong Arranged marriages between birds result in poor parenting, infidelity, fewer surviving offspring. Fitness benefits of mate choice for compatibility in a socially monogamous species. by Stuart Blackman Birds That Fall In Love Have A More Successful Relationship. by Anjali Singh Deswal True love for zebra finches. Holding out for ‘the one’ makes evolutionary sense, suggest lovebirds study. by Samantha Mathewson Birds in love produce more babies.

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