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When it comes to intelligence, raven birds rank up there with chimpanzees and dolphins. Ravens are an intimidator of speech. They are confused often with crows but they’re noticeably difference in size and appearance.
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Interesting Facts About Raven
- Raven is twice heavier than a common crow at 1.3 kg, being 60 cm high, with a wingspan of almost 1 m (3.3 ft).
- Ravens will live 40 years in the wild and 70 in captivity.
- Ravens will fly high over the trees, unlike crows, who rely on an active flight. Ravens are capable of flying feats similar to those performed by the birds of prey.
- There are white-colored ravens located near Qualicum Beach in Canada.
- Ravens can copy animal sounds and human voices. In certain instances, they have been observed calling wolves to the site of dead animals to open the carcass and make the scraps more available for them.
- Ravens possess the capacity to look forward and prepare for the future, as reported by a study by Lund University.
- Ravens can catch a cheater. They work together to obtain equal quantities of food. But once they see another raven take more than their fair share, they suddenly lose faith and never comply in the future with the cheater.
- A raven called Jimmy has appeared in over 1,000 films between the ’30s and ’50s. It took him only one week to learn a new word and two weeks if it had two syllables.
- The popular poem, The Raven, by Edgar Allan Poe was first published in 1845.
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