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Achi Paps
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I live near a place where wild crows are coming to find food. It's simply amazing looking and watching them how well they find ways to open well closed bags and packets and their cooperation to achieve the task. They are brilliant minded birds and I know for sure from earlier years at open country villages that are excellent pets and great human friends. The video shows clearly what is well known at small village communities about their mind skills. Perfect !
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