Something to Crow About: Birds with Tools

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William McCarthy

Abstract

What kind of tools do New Caledonian crows (NCCs; Corvus moneduloides) make, and why do they make them? How do corvids represent the causal world? Tool use in NCCs is evaluated and then compared among Corvidae family members and across Aves orders. A critique of corvid cognition outlines the logical bounds of corvid representation.

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Psychology