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- n. Plural form of crow.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of crow.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. A tribe of Indians of the Dakota stock, living in Montana; -- also called Upsarokas.
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What I find particularly interesting about crows is what we dont know, or what can never be known.
Moreover, watching crows is not like watching a lot of other non-mammalian creatures, such as other birds or fish, where their experience seems very remote from our own.
Yes | No | Report from Drew Steven Knoop wrote 6 days 10 hours ago hey guys hunting crows is a blast why does it sound so crazy in all these posts?
“But why are they called crows?” the little girl said.
So now he wants to train crows for search and rescue, picking up trash, and other mutually beneficial tasks. posted in:
The night hawk circling where the ragamuffin crows
So now he wants to train crows for search and rescue, picking up trash, and other mutually beneficial tasks.
The Birds was quite the experience, because its hard to tell a flock of vicious crows from a field of very active static; this might be why I still cant stand horror movies, to this day.
Seven crows from the islands of New Caledonia showed scientists they could retrieve an unreachable snack with a stick, which first had to be obtained using another tool.
His intense interest in crows grew out of an experience he had on the coast of Oregon on his honeymoon.
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