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Rather, bird's tail feather view is more accurate.

After a captive crow named Betty began to forge and utilize tools to extract food from a tube, scientists began wondering if her wild counterparts might be doing the same. So they attached cameras to the tail feathers of crows on the islands of New Caledonia (near Australia). Take a look at the footage. Do keep in mind that it was shot by the crows themselves with cameras looking through their legs--a view which proved to be "very revealing" per this NPR piece.








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