The common raven, also known as the western raven is a large all-black passerine bird. He appears across the Northern Hemisphere. He is one of the most widely distributed of all corvids.
The raven differs from crows in appearance by their larger bill, tail shape, flight pattern, and large size.
The common raven is one of the world’s smartest birds. Its intelligence can rival dolphins and chimpanzees. In some experiments, they have shown they can solve problems, remember how people treated them, and plan for future events.
Their capacity for self-control puts their intelligence on the same level as great apes and people despite not sharing a common ancestor.
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