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Re: Interesting crow behavior!
I've always been impressed with crows' and ravens' intelligence. When
working at a remote site in Alaska, I recall one time when our sack lunches
were seemingly searched as we toted car batteries around to power various
scientific instruments. While we were eating the remains of our lunches, a
crow perched near us, looked us up and down as they are wont to do, and
proceeded to hop over to various rocks, tip them over, extract crackers and
cookies that it had obviously hidden there, and eat them, cawing derisively
all the time. I guess it showed us late-coming upstart mammalian species!
Back to lurking.
PS - I just finished reading "Night Comes to the Cretaceous" by J. L. Powell.
Any informed comments on this book? I enjoyed reading about the scientific
squabbles and bickering over various hypotheses in the same way as I
sometimes guiltily enjoy watching one of those horrible half-hour
sensationalistic "news" shows on TV....and I thought scientists were above
such things! :^)