The “House of Knowledge” is like a collection of stories. Beautiful stories that tell the living in all its freshness. But also, in all its complexities. Arch to marvel at the world’s treasures. In this seventh episode, let’s look at a very common and no less intelligent animal: the crow.
In June 2019, a Japanese account tweeted a video of a. Placed at the top of a , He adopted a unique position that gave him … From ! The situation is not surprising after all, according to experts. Because, in cold weather, the crow is allowed to expose its maximum wings to .
Clever, crow? You don’t think you put it well! Because, even if his bad reputation sticks to his feather, the raven is full of traits. He is loyal, brave, sociable and … smart! Clever, specifically, like– Or a few humans. And this is despite a Much smaller.
So the raven is able to plan future events even when we thought this ability was reserved for us – us humans, but also our great ape cousins. Give the raven a stone that will be deposited later (between a few minutes and several hours) in a chest, or a coin exchanged with a human for a reward. He’ll understand the goal of the operation at least plus a big tag. This is what It was actually shown in 2017.
When the crow wins the bonitio
So yes, crows have a bit of trouble when testing . This is surprising because the animal spends its life developing in three-dimensional space. But, the crow who plays – and wins – a Bonitio game. Thus we understand that something out of sight continues to exist … or that it is capable of making elementary calculations … or that which copies human gestures to reach a reward … It is not a thing!
Especially as funnyMaster these tasks from the age of four months. Of which , Briefly. The period in which it doubles interactions with its environmental and social environment. From there let’s assume this Evolving in response to an ever-changing world where survival depends on cooperation between individuals, it’s just a step researchers don’t hesitate to take. Not very stupid, crow!
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