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I've been following corvid research for a while. Crows can recognize individual humans and will attempt to intimidate humans that capture crows. They will also follow humans known to be bringers of food.

"Chris Bird, a Cambridge zoologist who led the study." No bias, then?

Silly northern hemisphere. The Kea is a far smarter animal than both rooks and Chimpanzees. Of course the Kea has to live in the mountains and rears its young for two years so that's to be expected.

I am not sure whether she is just introvert or also shy? While I would consider myself to be both, I know MBTI tested introverts who do not seem to have any issue striking up conversations with strangers?

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