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Crows don't plan intelligence

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In certain situations animals can spontaneously solve problems without planning their actions, according to research from The University of Auckland’s School of Psychology.

Animals rarely solve problems spontaneously, yet certain bird species are able to rapidly gain access to food hung on the end of a long string, by repeatedly pulling and then stepping on the string. For over 400 years it has been a mystery as to how the birds spontaneously solve the “string pulling” problem.

http://sciencealert....10-23822-2.html

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