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Published on Jul 27, 2009
Here's a surprise: Wild crows can recognize individual people ... especially those they don't like. They can pick a person out of crowd, follow them, and remember them for years. Here, NPR Science Correspondent Robert Krulwich and illustrator Neil Wagner look at how these brainy birds do it.
Hear the rest of the story, and play an interactive game that tests your ability to pick a crow out of a line-up at: http://www.npr.org/crows
Credit: Robert Krulwich, Neil Wagner, Jason Orfanon