Crows Bend Twigs Into Tools
"They do make tools, which is quite unusual. They do not just pick up any random twig."
- Christian Rutz, researcher
New Caledonia - Mounting tiny video cameras to the tail feathers of crows, researchers discovered that the birds use a variety of tools to seek food, and even make their own tools, plucking, smoothing and bending twigs and grass stems.
Especially good tools were kept for future use.