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Ravens stealing the catch

Ravens stealing the catch

(2:28) Why the eagle leaves his catch behind when he flies away, I'm not sure, but ravens are quite smart. One particular Scandinavian raven foils a fisherman, for a while at least.

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Guest: (2541 days ago)
once played with a caged bored raven at innsbruck zoo. very intelligent. wished it a short life
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once played with a caged bored raven at innsbruck zoo. very intelligent. wished it a short life
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Latest comment: They also drop shellfish onto the road and wait for cars to drive over them and open up the contents to eat. Also they eat the lips of lambs so they can't suckle and then wait for them to die and then eat them. Not stupid, but not nice either.
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Latest comment: They also drop shellfish onto the road and wait for cars to drive over them and open up the contents to eat. Also they eat the lips of lambs so they can't suckle and then wait for them to die and then eat them. Not stupid, but not nice either.
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Guest: Bob (2540 days ago)
Good job the fish wasn't alive
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Good job the fish wasn't alive
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