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Intelligent crow demonstration
The research footage shows a crow using stones to raise the water level so that it can reach its food.
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#8 Posted by
on 12 October, 2012, 0:43
I like crows as well, they're very smart birds. I've always wondered why some people don't like them? Maybe because they are considered scavengers and are associated with death.
#9 Posted by
Knight Of Shadows
on 12 October, 2012, 2:50
crows actually considered among the most advanced birds in intellgence or social life .. even memories they never forget .. if you harm them and they saw you some where else they hold crudge and they reconize your face among all people' also they team up always , bury their dead , and keep up with world i saw a show one time of crow picking up a nut and throwing it on street .. so if the impact doesnt crack it open .. the car runing over it does personally i think they're the smartest birds .. plus they " may " learn to talk .. i mean like parrots
#10 Posted by
on 13 October, 2012, 3:55
Crows can figure out Archimedes principle. oops, forgot to add "Eureka!", or whatever the crow equivalent is. What's funny is there's people out there who would probably end up thirsty for a while, if they took part in the same expirement. It took the crow about 1-2 seconds to figure it out.
#11 Posted by
on 13 October, 2012, 23:58
Crows are very intelligent birds. I've witnessed that in the ones we have here.
#12 Posted by
on 15 October, 2012, 1:08
I can't help but admire crows.
#13 Posted by
on 16 October, 2012, 9:31
I read once how in Japan they have had myth about shapechangers Crows or Crow people. Maybe thats based on their obeservation of same phenomenan.
#14 Posted by
on 16 October, 2012, 10:40
Long time ago found a crow on the side of the road that was hurt and sick. Cared for it made sure it got better let it loose and it stayed in the area even chilled in the house. If for some strange reason you do find a crow and let it in to your house hide your tv remote, sooner or later it will learn how to change channels with it. What amazes me about crows is not only are they intelligent when they are not threatened they have a tremendous amount of curiosity built in to them .
#15 Posted by
on 16 October, 2012, 17:38
Japan is had enough of Crows. http://www.nytimes.com/2008/05/07/world/asia/07crows.html?_r=2&pagewanted=all& School girl falcon fights the crows http://www.japanprobe.com/2012/04/08/schoolgirl-falconer-fights-crows/
#16 Posted by
on 16 October, 2012, 18:24
Amazing. Some animals are so tricky.
#17 Posted by
on 16 October, 2012, 21:26
The crow is one of my favorite birds, so it uses tools huh? wont be long till it figures out the internet!
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