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Male Lyrebirds Get Their Groove on

The elusive lyrebird, one of Australia’s unique animal species, knows how to dance to its own song, according to scientists. The discovery supports the long held theory that for humans as well, music and dance are innately connected and can play a part in taking romance to the next level. Elly Park reports. Photo Credit: damselfly58 via Flickr

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8:45AM PDT on May 25, 2014

Wonderful .

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8:56AM PDT on Jul 17, 2013

thanks for sharing :)

5:03AM PDT on Jun 30, 2013

wonderful,thank you for sharing 30/6

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10:21AM PDT on Jun 18, 2013

Cute, thanks!

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2:54AM PDT on Jun 17, 2013

Lovely! Thank you.

2:23AM PDT on Jun 16, 2013

Cute ! Thanks for the video.

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