Pigeon Genius | Awesome Animals

    They flock to our cities in the millions. Seemingly unremarkable grey birds, they are smarter than we think. Pigeons are master fliers and navigators that have an incredible ability to find their way home from distant, unfamiliar locations. Just how pigeons do this is a question scientists across the globe are investigating. Join National Geographic as we explore the genius of pigeons!
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