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Don't disturb the cockatoos on your lawn, they're probably doing all your weeding for free

By Gregory Moore, Doctor of Botany, University of Melbourne
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I collected data about my neighbourhood sulphur-crested cockatoos while stuck home in Melbourne's lockdown. I learned that each bird can eat 200 onion grass plants per hour.

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