I heard a crow say "water" to another crow at a park once. They were both perched on the water fountain and you could tell the crow was trying to teach the other to say it.
@Marie Celeste, crows are insanely smart and can learn to understand words and minic them like you mentioned. They can also recognize human faces and distinguish if you're a good person or bad person, and communicate with other crows to let them know this as well
@Ahnald Schwarsanagga, shhh stop telling people. If Someone else gets the idea of building a crow army someone might be able to stop me.
@Ahnald Schwarsanagga, I know. I showed all that info to people I told my story to and yet they still think I'm lying.:(
@Marie Celeste, I was told that they need to have their tongue snipped to free it so they can learn to speak.
@an idiot, that cant be true but that's sad if it is.
When the new plague comes, he will be immune and send his crows forth to either spread the plague or perhaps hand out a cure
@Awc123awc, of course they have the cure.
Ok but the real question is Would this make him a Druid or a Disney Princess? 🤔🤔🤔
@Good Guy Satan, Yes
Crows before bros
Yeah and I can't wait for your fjcking neck to break on the front right quarter panel of my car on a backroad when you nail it yourself
Crows carry desease, dumba$$; the buzzards paid the crow to infect you and lead you back to the woods.
Follow up post: "I've been out here for three days... I'm so hungry, and tired, and scared... something is out there, hunting me... oh god, I'm so scared..."
Crows can literally speak as well, if not better than parrots. It’s just that genetically, most of them have tongues that are bound to the bottom of their beaks, but when clipped free, they can articulate and exhibit speech mimicry that makes most parrots look like stuttering dumbasses.
Enjoy your West Nile Virus!
Just learned it's a felony to possess a crow in the US (without a permit).
He about to be "Extremely Offline Guy"
The forests will burn first