Crow Meets One Extremely Patient Cat

Hooded crows have a folkloric reputation as harbingers of danger. They are very closely related to the carrion crow and the two species sometimes interbreed.

Hooded crows are opportunists, eating whatever is available - berries, shellfish, eggs, insects and carrion. They are very smart and have been seen to drop shells from a great height to smash them open, and to pull in fishing lines to steal the catch or the bait.

The Hooded crow can be found in a number of locations including: Asia, Europe, Russia, United Kingdom, Wales.

The hooded crow is one of the 37 Norwegian birds depicted in the Bird Room of the Royal Palace in Oslo.The hooded crow is associated with fairies in the Scottish highlands and Ireland; in the 18th century, Scottish shepherds would make offerings to them to keep them from attacking sheep


Responses to "Siberian Hooded Crow Obsessed With Cat's Tail (Video)"

  1. Anonymous says:

    PATIENCE D'ANGE ;;;;; :-) :-) <3

  2. Anonymous says:

    might think his tail is a long worm or snake!

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