Are Artamids as clever as corvids...

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Subject: Are Artamids as clever as corvids...
From: "Cas and Lisa Liber" <>
Date: Sun, 29 Oct 2006 20:44:12 +1100
Ug, my thankyou didn't look to enthusiastic but I appreciated the replies :)

Just had another idea - from folks observing birds, do our corvids seem
smarter than all our crow-like artamids (currawongs/maggie/butcherbird) -
has anyone seen behaviour that suggests/confirms crows as the brainiest or
can these others match them? Was thinking this as due to their apparent
convergence measuring adaptive behaviour may be observable....


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