Researchers from Oxford University in England and Eötvös University in Hungary fitted pigeons with colorful backpacks and used computers to track their every interaction. The pigeons that dominated on the ground did not correlate with those who led in the air.
COMMENTING POLICY:Readers are encouraged to post comments that are germane to the article. We reserve the right to remove any user, and to delete comments that contain abusive language or personal threats, as well as those that are racist or demeaning. Readers may report comments by clicking "Report Abuse." Once a comment has been flagged, a Baltimore Sun staffer will investigate. Click here for more information on commenting.