Dan Charles Reports That Tools Aren't Just For Primates Anymore.

Today's issue of the scientific journal Nature reports that crows reshape twigs and leaves to get to insects that the birds normally couldn't reach. The clever crows live on the island of New Caladonia, northwest of Australia.



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