VIDEO: THIS Crow Stares At A Stick 8 Moves Later Every Single Scientist Is Stunned In Disbelief

The term ‘counting crows’ isn’t just the name of a rock band, it’s also an old saying dating back to the 1700’s. It was based on an account of a farmer who figured out a crow could count to 4 or 5 after he set up a logic test and observed the bird working through it.


Crows are known to be incredibly intelligent and crafty animals, they score very highly on intelligence tests, and top the avian IQ scale. Besides counting, they also like to play and are known to use tools, both of which are behaviors associated with intelligent animals.

More studies on crows are needed to establish exactly how smart and advanced they really are and animal researchers are working hard at that. One fairly recent experiment that tested a wild crow’s intelligence proves that they definitely are not bird brains, in the derogatory sense of the term.

A complex puzzle was set up and the crow had to work through it in order to solve the difficult problem. There were 7 different pieces or stages of the puzzle that the bird had seen before individually at different stages.

However, the video shows the first time the bird is seeing all the pieces together in one area. The crow has to asses and work with all the pieces in order to retrieve a stick that’s long enough to reach a piece of food. Once he digs the morsel out at the end he earns the treat and proves his mental agility.

Check out the video to see how complex the task really was and to see if the wild bird figured it out. Crows may just be smarter than young kids and this video makes me wonder what else are they capable of?

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A Prankster Crow Sneaks Up On This Dog. Now Watch The Dog’s Unexpected Reaction!

I was out with my people, just trying to have a nice, relaxing day in the park. The sun was shining, the temperature was perfect and I was pretty sure I could smell a squirrel. Maybe even two, but it is hard to say for sure. Let’s just say there was a good amount of squirrel potential, and all in all things were looking promising.

Then the crow came. That filthy little crow, with far too much intelligence packed into that tiny little brain, and his morbid sense of humor. I didn’t like his cavalier attitude from the moment I first saw him.

Little did I know just how much cruelty could be packed into a brain the size of a damn peanut. I would soon find out. Sneaky little bird followed me around everywhere I went, and every time I would use my considerable size and long teeth to scare the vermin away. But he would only jump just out of reach, to a perfect spot from which to continue his vacuous taunts.

Then he crossed the line. The tail is off-limits, and is never to be touched by any bird or reptile. The punishment for breaking this iron dog law is death, if I can catch you.

Unfortunately, you have wings and I do not, so we will have to settle this in another life when I have wings and you do not, or at least you are much smaller than I. Until then, you shall haunt my nightmares with your sneaky ways and rude habits.

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This Kitten Was Abandoned By It’s Mother But Then This Crow Does Something I’ve Never Seen Before!

This is an incredible tale of two natural enemies in the wild who somehow formed a bond and became best friends.  This story may sound like a fantasy but the video has been seen over 10 million times and it documents the unusual relationship between Moses the Crow and Cassie the Cat.

Wally and Ann Collito from North Attleboro, Massachusetts found a tiny kitten in their backyard who was abandoned by it’s mother.  Then they noticed something quite strange, a crow looked like it was taking care of the helpless kitten.  The crow was feeding the feline worms and bugs and keeping watch over the little thing.  The Collitos were shocked by what they saw.

Years past by and the Collitos continued to document the relationship between Moses and Cassie.  Everyday they would eat together and play for hours.  Then one day Cassie started eating actual cat food and sleeping inside the house with Wally and Ann.  However, each morning the crow would peck his beak against the door until they let the cat out to play.

This real life story inspired children’s book author Lisa Fleming to write the book Cat and Crow: An Amazing Friendship.  This story has touched the hearts of millions and it proves that if two natural enemies can become best of friends then absolutely anything is possible.

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