Crow family matters - exploring Corvidae consciousness
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Ever notice how the crows, the magpies, the ravens, the rooks and the jackdaws are in a league of their own? Here are some insights into our
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Crows react to threats in human-like way | ScienceBlog.com

Crows react to threats in human-like way | ScienceBlog.com | Crow family matters - exploring Corvidae consciousness | Scoop.it
Cross a crow and it’ll remember you for years.
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Ravens can recall faces, sounds years later - NY Daily News

Ravens can recall faces, sounds years later - NY Daily News | Crow family matters - exploring Corvidae consciousness | Scoop.it
Vienna, April 20 — Just as we remember faces and voices of several individuals, certain birds too can recall faces and sounds after a number of years, says a study.
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Crows know familiar human voices

Crows know familiar human voices | Crow family matters - exploring Corvidae consciousness | Scoop.it
Crows recognise and respond to familiar human voices and the calls of other bird species, according to researchers.
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Joel kontinen: A Big Surprise For Evolution: Crows Are Smarter Than Great Apes

Joel kontinen: A Big Surprise For Evolution: Crows Are Smarter Than Great Apes | Crow family matters - exploring Corvidae consciousness | Scoop.it

Crows are surprisingly clever. In spite of their relatively small brains, they are more innovative in their use of tools than the great apes. This is a dilemma for Darwinians since according to the evolution-based story, as our closest living relatives chimpanzees should be cleverer than birds.

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Bird brains teach us a few things about our own brains - The Seattle Times

Bird brains teach us a few things about our own brains - The Seattle Times | Crow family matters - exploring Corvidae consciousness | Scoop.it
Bird brains teach us a few things about our own brainsThe Seattle TimesCelebrated by poets and welcomed as a harbinger of spring, the seasonal outpouring of bird song is also a focus of research for scientists.
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Not so bird-brained: Clever crows recognise faces

Not so bird-brained: Clever crows recognise faces | Crow family matters - exploring Corvidae consciousness | Scoop.it
Humans who dismiss birds as featherweights may revise their opinion when learning of crows which not only can identify the face of someone who is a danger but also teach others about the threat.
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