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The ultimate problem solvers? A wild crow solves a puzzle in 8 parts

A short stick, a long stick, and a few stones — all a bit difficult to get to — will help illuminate just how clever wild crows can be, especially when these tools need to be used in a specific order. From the BBC’s Inside the Animal Mind, host Chris Packham observes as a wild crow solves a complicated eight-part puzzle to get to its food: Are crows the ultimate problem solvers?

Related watching: the story of a large biscuit and a small mouse and a hummingbird training center of sorts.

via Laughing Squid.

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