DeHumbugger: Along with pigeons, crows are among the most intelligent birds in the world. They have the ability to solve complex puzzles and adapt to tough situations, especially when it comes to their food
Buck_Thorn: Not all THAT smart if he couldn’t calculate the correct displacement the first time. Dumb bird!
rooski15: This is an Aesop’s Fable experiment, used as an intellgence test. Super cool to see. I feel like most humans wouldn’t connect those dots. [Relevant reading about raccoons](https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/10/animals-intelligence-raccoons-birds-aesops/).
FirstManofEden: Especially because he only uses the solid blocks rather than the hollow ones!
Peter_Parkingmeter: I find it odd that the smartest animals don’t share common traits. Humans, crows, and dolphins are completely different, yet they are the most intelligent. The only similar animals that are very intelligent are humans and monkeys/orangutans/other similar animals.
pomod: There this neat doc on [crow intelligence](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGYII1XbE4U)
ahoe: This reminds me of a puzzle out of an action RPG. I would have thrown all the pieces in the water just to be sure I did it right.
Enjoiskating1216: I’ve noticed you never see crows as road kill either. Coincidence? I think not.
venturesomesagar: Growing up in India, we had a chapter in kindergarten on exactly the same thing.
The modern version is where the crow uses the straw
mikerichh: These videos freak me out because they are so smart but also are entertaining
lolol_boopme: Sometimes the bare minimum causes more pain
HypatiaRising: Me and my gf really want to make some Crow friends. Sadly none are near our apartment. She has some at work that she is going to try to bribe with mixed nuts and fruits.
noelgnaw: Would’ve convinced me if there was a second experiment or a 2-block requirement rather than one.
How smart is a crow?