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AbstractBird song and human speech are learned early in life and for both cases engagement with live social tutors generally leads to better learning outcomes than passive audio-only exposure. Real-world tutor–tutee relations are normally not uni- but multimodal and observations suggest that visual cues related to sound production might enhance vocal learning. We tested this hypothesis by pairing appropriate, colour-realistic, high frame-rate videos of a singing adult male zebra finch tutordoi:10.1007/s10071-021-01547-8 pmid:34405288 pmcid:PMC8940817 fatcat:hgeq7rhfwjh7pcl6focdhoba5u