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The theory of “social connectedness” proves how influential one’s closest flock mates can be.
Everything from personal style to dining habits can be altered when two beings spend copious quantities of time together.
Say, for instance, that one being (one who doesn’t have feathers) starts eating a new dish called “fish.”
Usually that will mean the other being (one who does have feathers) might also become willing to give the dish a try.