Motorboating the bathtub.
If I had a pet crow, I would teach it to steal.
Crows are smart.
The crow knows exactly what it's doing.
We are so fucked if these things get hands and bigger brains.
I remember a study that said crows are capable of human facial recognition, and can recall the faces of individual humans who have pleased (or angered) them for years even without seeing them repeatedly. You throw a rock at a crow, he'll remember you.
Between that, the fact that they can teach concepts to other crows, their ability to use tools and pick locks, and the fact that a group of them is called a murder I am REALLY going out of my way to not piss off any crows.
|Babies Ate My Dingo |
Crows are awesome. Mine used to sit on top of the fridge and throw things at the cat.
Seeing this made my day.
|Dread Pirate Roberts |
*Might* be able to make use of the Oh, Japan tag.
Pet crows are awesome.
I love crows! I feed them nuts and seeds in my front yard, trying to teach them not to be afraid of me. So far I've reached the point where one crow will let me get within 3 or 4 feet of it. Pretty amazing for an animal that doesn't usually like being within 30 feet of you.
It's worse than you think. I finally read the ingredients on the bird food I've been giving them: sunflower and pumpkin seeds, peanuts and pistachios, all vitamin fortified. Do I really need to tell you they're eating better than I am?
|Caminante Nocturno |
Crows are adorable.
The only bird I'd ever want for something other than food.
Give it some firecrackers to play with.
I think that's a Raven.
It's hard to tell from the video except for one thing. When their tails are spread out ravens have a point on the end of their tails like a diamon shape, crows have tails that goes straight across at the end, like a paper fan. That bird has a straight tail.
Stars for the description, because I just heard that report last night.
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