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What 'Thrones' fans already know: Ravens can see ahead
by Malcolm Ritter, AP Science Writer
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13 July 2017
On 13 July 2017 The Associated Press reported:
...Scientists are reporting that real-life ravens think about the future. In a series of tests, ravens showed signs of a general planning ability that previously had been documented only in people and great apes. Even monkeys have failed to show it. Ravens showed they could plan by setting aside a tool that they suspected would get them a tasty treat later. And they prepared for future bartering, too. Swedish researchers Can Kabadayi and Mathias Osvath of Lund University ... reported the results in a paper released Thursday by the journal Science.
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