What are the smartest birds in the wild and why?
Within their own environment, which birds are considered to be the most resourceful and intelligent?
It's crows and ravens. Check out this study: http://news.discovery.com/animals/angry … 0628.html. and this: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news … _apes.html
Ravens, members of the clever Corvid family, have the largest brain in relation to body size, of any bird. They are excellent problem solvers, can create and use tools and have superb memories. Scientists consider an animal's ability to learn, or... read more
by TheHoleStory 2 years ago
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by OpinionDuck 7 years ago
Why did the 10 commandments need to be put on TWO Tablets.
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