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Crows are powerful, intelligent, and symbolic creatures. They are both hated and loved. They can speak, are more brilliant than we ever knew and, for those who have thrown rocks at them, they remember faces! It has been noted that a crow can remember a face for five years. (LINK) Bothered crows may at first "give harsh calls, which we call 'scolds' that attract other crows who are nearby to join in the mob," according to study co-author John Marzluff.
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