Crows Mating for Life and Stress Mannerisms After the Death of a Mate, the Social Intelligence Hypothesis, Geese Understanding Social Hierarchy, the Habits of Crows and Ravens, Crows Passing Down Information Generationally, Crow Funerals, and Crows Experiencing Stress Being Comforted By Fellow Group Members

Ravens are part of the crow family. Crows mate for life and if their partner dies suddenly, they use their beak to pull out their own feathers as a sign of distress. The social intelligence hypothesis states that the selective pressures of living in social groups and having to meet the challenges of a social circle (eg. remember alliances, remember betrayal, remembering friendships etc.) has favored the evolution of a brain which can perform better cognitive processing. This is the reason it is ...

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