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Nora Young in Nature: A Murder of Crows

Nature: A Murder of Crows

2010 NR

Long associated with darkness and foreboding, crows are collectively called a "murder." But they're actually monogamous, highly social and some of the most intelligent animals on the planet, as explored in this eye-opening edition of "Nature." Among other takeaways, you'll learn about crows' remarkable ability to recognize and remember individual human beings ... to the point of being able to pick them out of a crowd up to two years later.