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Cunning crows figure out correct sequence for three tools

Cunning crows figure out correct sequence for three tools

(0:40) Is this crow the smartest non-human animal? NewScientist report on an experiment where crows appear to plan their actions ahead of time. But is this really the case? More about the experiment from NewScientist.

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London1 London1 (2501 days ago)
Latest comment: And all this time I thought it was the robots we had to be watching out for.
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