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Baker & Taylor
Describes how crows use their intelligence to find food and stay safe.

Cengage Learning

Bearport Pub Co Inc
Trying to snatch a piece of meat slightly out of reach, Betty grabs a nearby wire with her beak and bends it into a hook. With her homemade tool, Betty then hooks the meat and pulls it toward her. Betty's problem-solving ingenuity is no fluke—even for a crow. Crows are among the smartest animals in the kingdom. In this fascinating narrative of crows outsmarting other animals (even humans!), children will follow scientists as they test crows' intelligence, proving that these black-feathered creatures are no birdbrains.

Publisher: New York : Bearport Pub., c2006
ISBN: 9781597161602
Branch Call Number: JX 598.864 LUN
Characteristics: 32 p. :,col. ill., col. map ;,26 cm.


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