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Japan Fights Crowds Of Crows

It sounds like a plot from some sci-fi movie. The crows are coming. However, the large increase in the crow population in Japan is causing serious problems. Their nests, which they often build on electric poles, have caused a string of blackouts.The crows in Japan are more aggressive than in the United States, and have been known to attack small children for their food. The explosion of Japan's population of crows has been the growing abundance of garbage. Trying to rid the crows has been a difficult task. The crows, sometimes build dummy nests as decoys, to draw away crow patrols that are hunting them. Japanese experts feel that as of now the crows are winning, and more action will be needed to solve this problem.

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Maybe they should try capturing the young ones and selling them as pets. I have read that crows are at least as smart as dogs and make great pets. Then they could use the revenue to clean up the streets.

Or better yet, stop being so wasteful in the first place. Eastern medicine teaches that disease is most often the result of imbalance. Waste is a form of imbalance and the crow issue outlined here is a great example of a symptom of this disease.


Very nice painting!Well you know I love crows. They've been dubebd feathered apes for their intelligence. Thank you for the tribute . Baby crows can be identified by their yellow beaks altho it seems contrary as a survival feature? My crows light on the fence when they see me little more than a foot away! Is that not exciting?


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