A video from Japan showing a crow resembling a gorilla on all fours has puzzled millions on Twitter over the last few days.
The animal, which has since been dubbed a “gorilla crow,” was filmed at the Parco shopping center in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture last week.
A random crow in a Japanese train station is going viral after demonstrating its rather high intellect by stealing a passenger’s credit card and using it to buy a train ticket.
Twitter user kinoshi42155049 shared a short clip on the social media platform showing the crow trying to navigate its way to buying its own train ticket.
The family of a child who made headlines for befriending crows is now being sued for $200,000 by neighbors angry about the flocks of black-feathered birds in their neighborhood.
Gabi Mann, the 8-year-old daughter of Lisa and Gary, unintentionally began her relationship with local crows in the Portage Bay neighborhood of Seattle in 2011 at the age of 4, according to a BBC profile. Because she easily dropped food at that age, the highly intelligent birds soon learned that she was a source for quick meals.