The bluebirds and blackbirds lived together in the forest. Before the fall, the birds needed to have babies so that their kind did not die.
Huh. I feel fine.
Now, the forest contained multiple blue and black birds.
Meanwhile, The Beatles wrote the song Blackbird in 1968. The song became very popular and nearly everyone loved it.
Later that year, an infection swept through the forest and affected the majority of birds in the forest.
Ugh, I'm not feeling so well.
Me either, Eric.
The blackbirds, due to a change in their DNA because of their colour, were not affected by this disease. Nonetheless, the people did not know this and tried to save them anyway due to their love for the species because of the song by The Beatles. This meant, however, that the bluebirds were left in the infested forest, where they were prone to infection.
Save the blackbirds!
"Take these broken wings and learn to fly"
The blackbirds were released back into their forest once it was safe. Throughout the years to come, blackbirds were the main species of bird in the forest.