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Rated 3 points - posted 13 years ago by kris in category Other.
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African Grey Parrots Report Abuse
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Crows Report Abuse
Crows have been shown to have the ability to visually recognize individual humans.
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Meyers Report Abuse
They DON.
23 points - added 11 years ago by guest - 2 comments
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Hehe not as smart as greys but more don. hmmm.... how about up to #1?
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*meyers parrot
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Parakeets Report Abuse
20 points - added 13 years ago by kris - 1 comment
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I have a parakeet awesome
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Ravens Report Abuse
Common ravens are extremely versatile and opportunistic.
14 points - added 13 years ago by kris - 3 comments
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Yes, that's right. They have quite interesting calls and can make other animals do their work. Some ravens can even count.
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No, crows are not. Ravens once were done a test to get to meat hanging upside down and had to do that by holding a string in a loop and climbing up slowly 6 times like this in a row. The ravens had never encountered string or meat hanging like that before and they accomplished it. Crows, however, had to try it at least 20 times before finally getting the point, and even then they couldn't reach the hanging meat.
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crows are first
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Magpies Report Abuse
The European Magpie is one of the few animal species known to be able to recognize itself in a mirror test.
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Kea Report Abuse
Kea can solve logical puzzles, such as pushing and pulling things in a certain order to get to food, and will work together to achieve a certain objective.
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Bald Eagles Report Abuse
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Jays Report Abuse
Smartest class of birds.
11 points - added 13 years ago by kris - 1 comment
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Some people say that they are smarter than us! I do know that they are in the smartest class birds,but they aren't smarter than us! :o
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Hawks Report Abuse
11 points - added 13 years ago by kris - 1 comment
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Hawks are not one of the smartest birds, they just are predatory and seem to have the best hunting skills. Some smart birds are: ravens, crows (though not as smart as ravens, but yes, smart), and bald eagles. Some people have argued, and I have watched many comments, and none of them talk about hawk being the smartest bird. African grey parrots are the smartest, and the bird right after that is a raven.
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Amazons Report Abuse
Very smart
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Macaw Report Abuse
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pigeon Report Abuse
ranked 12
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