An eagle found something to eat and a raven was very persistent in seeing if the eagle would share his lunch!

The raven’s intelligence and persistence are fascinating to observe. In Scandinavia, an unattended ice fishing line turns provides an easy meal for a clever raven — until the frustrated fisherman finally discovers the thief’s identity.

The common raven, Corvus corax, is the world's largest crow—four times heavier than the American Crow. No other bird in the world has a wider distribution or shows more adaptability. They occupy an extraordinary geographical and ecological range, from the Arctic Circle to the mountains of Central America.

They were kept in the Tower of London because their vocalizations were thought to warn of approaching danger. Odin, the ruler of the Norse gods, kept two wolves at his side and a raven on each shoulder. The Vikings eagerly welcomed ravens as an omen of victory. The Inuit believe ravens help them hunt caribou, polar bears and seals by dipping their wings in the right direction.


Responses to "( Raven Intelligence) This Raven Knows Exactly Whats It's Doing - VIDEO"

  1. Anonymous says:

    hah! never leave your line untended

  2. Anonymous says:

    They are smart birds.

  3. Love the Smart Raven

  4. Anonymous says:

    I saw three crows and an eagle eating off a dead deer by the edge of a field the other day. It will forever stick in my mind.

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