Hawaiian crows (Corvus Hawaiiensis) pick up little sticks and used it to get hard-to-reach food out of log holes, scientists reported in Nature.
Study co-author Christian Rutz
said, “A goosebump moment not some little fluke where a bird picks up a stick and pokes it in a hole.”
The Hawaiian crows are the second type of crows which were proven to be natural tool users. The first were the New Caledonian crows.
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