The Crow Paradox

August 5, 2009
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Although we can’t tell individual crows apart (even experienced crow handlers have trouble), crows are capable of identifying individual humans. They do it by recognizing faces, as revealed by a clever experiment conducted at the University of Washington. This NPR video explains. NPR: The Crow Paradox

Although we can't tell individual crows apart (even experienced crow handlers have trouble), crows are capable of identifying individual humans. They do it by recognizing faces, as revealed by a clever experiment conducted at the University of Washington. This NPR video explains.

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