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In a fight between a wild and a domestic budgie, whose feathers would fly?

By Penny Olsen, Honorary Professor in the Division of Ecology and Evolution, Australian National University
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After 150 years of selective breeding in captivity, the domestic budgie would now be almost unrecognisable to its wild cousin. So who would win in the unlikely event of a fight?The Conversation

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