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Seven Things You Didn't Know About Ravens - my latest at +Scientific American

The triumph of corvids over numbers yesterday in the Super Bowl meant two things to me: first, that ornithology continues to trounce math in any contest that matters, and second, that I would have to follow up this weekend’s groundhog post with a post about the amazingness of one of the most clever of winged critters.
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Always take the Corvids and give the points. 
+Yonatan Zunger possibly! would still make humans stand out as "hairless hairy corvids." and what would the cetaceans think?!
Wait, they have theory of mind??? Okay I didn't know that, points to you!
+Angyl Bender well, a more basic form at least, in some ways similar to what humans have in the first 3-4 years of life.
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