Blue tits divorce their partners if they turn up late to mate


blickwinkel / Alamy Stock Photo By Alice Klein Blue tits divorce their partners if they turn up late to annual breeding season. About 85 per cent of birds are socially monogamous, meaning they form couples and share the workload of raising their young. Staying together long-term is thought to be beneficial because they can focus on breeding and parenting rather than having to look for new mates. However, break-ups have been observed in 92 per cent of these socially-monogamous species,
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