The “great tit” is a bird, but if you didn’t know that, this headline might be a little confusing to you:

But actually, the headline above is misleading as the article is about an experiment where “great tits” watch a video of other “great tits” eating bugs and are thus able to learn about which bugs are good to eat and which are not:

Researchers at the University of Cambridge’s Department of Zoology recently published a study on the ability of great tits to learn by watching videos of other great tits expressing disgust after eating prey that looked “conspicuous.” They published the paper in the journal Nature Ecology and Evolution.

Mission accomplished, Newsweek:

But the headline did give us — and others — quite a laugh:

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