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Behavioral Plasticity Allows Short‐Term Adjustment to a Novel Environment
Many species are currently experiencing anthropogenically driven environmental changes. Among these changes, increasing noise levels are specifically a problem for species relying on acoustic communication. Recent evidence suggests that some species adjust their acoustic signals to man-made noise. However, it is unknown whether these changes occur through short-term and reversible adjustments by behavioral plasticity or through long-term adaptations by evolutionary change. Using behavioraldoi:10.1086/655428 pmid:20701531 fatcat:fcu3geu4cjhgda4ethxyaua3xm