Australian magpies began to sing fire alarms
The Australian magpies, which imitate any sounds better than other birds, have learned to imitate the sirens of fire engines and police cars. Involuntarily contributed to this giant fires that swept Australia.
Now there are about 130 fires recorded on an area of several million acres. The number of firefighters' trips has increased significantly, so lingering sound signals have become commonplace in the natural habitat of forty.
They quickly adopted the howling sirens and began to perform it under the windows of ordinary Australians. Those actively shoot what is happening on video.
The sounds made by these birds are very difficult to distinguish from ordinary sirens. Although such concerts are not in the most positive way affect the psychological state of the Australians themselves, but they make them admire the capabilities of the magpies.
It is worth noting that more than a billion different animals may have died due to ongoing fires in Australia.