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The amazing problem-solving skills of crows — measured by science!

Here, one of these smarty-pants birds is being put to the ultimate test: get a basket of food out of an upright cylinder with a single straight wire. And get it she does, in a feat of intuitive problem solving.

Want to know why crows are so smart? Check out this talk from TEDxRainier by bird researcher John Marzluff, on the wildly fascinating intricacies of the bird brain. (Take that one out of your insult bucket.)

Watch the talk here » 

P.S. Do not skip 14:38, when you get to hear a crow speak English.

jesuit-space-pirate:

Since that post mentioned ravens pulling wolves’ tails, here’s a gif of that (and I hope to god this one gifs properly!).

jesuit-space-pirate:

Since that post mentioned ravens pulling wolves’ tails, here’s a gif of that (and I hope to god this one gifs properly!).

iheartcrows:

wilwheaton:

zerostatereflex:

Crow solves an 8 step process.
Crows are amazing, I’ve been photographing them here in Seattle for a couple of years. They have distinct personalities and remember our faces. They actually started flying in and waiting for me when I would get home in hopes of a free unsalted peanut. I think of them as friends.

I had no idea they could do THIS.

An 8 step problem solving process. They’ve trained on each separate task, though not all together. This was the first time.

(Crows will survive the zombies and restart society, no doubt.)

I’ve been trying to get the crows in my neighborhood to be my friend, but they won’t get off the wall.

Yay! Somebody made a gif version of that video.