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The crow and the cats

The crow and the cats

(2:49) Nature acts in mysterious ways. A bizarre incident of a crow egging on two cats to fight, or was something else going on?

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Guest: FAKEANDGAY!!! (2199 days ago)
1:15 too long.
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1:15 too long.
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Filmaddict Filmaddict (2198 days ago)
Latest comment: Corvids are very intelligent and extremely protective of their territory. It was protecting its territory before the cat fight even started; to prove this though, one would have to collect much more than 2:50 minutes of data.
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Latest comment: Corvids are very intelligent and extremely protective of their territory. It was protecting its territory before the cat fight even started; to prove this though, one would have to collect much more than 2:50 minutes of data.
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slicksps slicksps (2198 days ago)
Or maybe protecting a nest nearby
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Or maybe protecting a nest nearby
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