بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
۞ قَالَ سَنَنظُرُ أَصَدَقْتَ أَمْ كُنتَ مِنَ الْكَاذِبِينَ (27)
[color=#00ff66]الكلام هنا لسيدنا سليمان عليه السلام يحدث الهدهد ويقول له سوف ننظر هل انت صادق ام كذاب
السؤال الان كيف تكذب الطيور
فى هذا البحث الاجابه
African Bird Shouts False Alarms to Deceive and Steal, Study Shows
Drongos in the Kalahari are masters of deception.
By Virginia Morell, for National Geographic
PUBLISHED MAY 1, 2014
A photo of a drongo bird in flight.
The drongo, seen here in flight, impersonates the calls of other birds in order to steal food.
PHOTOGRAPH BY ABU BAKAR SIDDIK, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC YOUR SHOT
For starlings and meerkats in the Kalahari Desert, the fork-tailed drongo, a songbird with glossy black feathers and garnet-red eyes, is like the neighborhood dog: a trustworthy pal that's always on the alert and ready to warn you about dangerous predators.
Except when it's lying. Because sometimes drongos, which are about the size of a scrub jay, make false alarm calls, causing their listeners to drop whatever juicy morsels they were dining on and flee the scene. Meanwhile the deceptive birds have swooped in and made off with their victim's meal. (Related: "The Bird That Cries Wolf Changes Its Lies")
Indeed drongos are notorious among wildlife observers for their thieving ways. But sometimes the birds call "hawk" too often, and like the boy in Aesop's fables who cried "wolf" one too many times, they discover that no one's paying attention.
الطيور الافريقيه ترسل تنبيهات كاذبه بغرض السرقه
صدق الله وصدق رسوله الصادق
والحمد لله رب العالمين