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Crow vs. Eagle



I read somewhere that the only bird that has the guts to face up to an eagle is the crow.

The crow, a fearsome creature himself due to his dark black color and ferocious nature, could sit on the back of the eagle and bite its neck.

It is said that the eagle usually does not respond or fight with the crow.

It simply opens its wings and begins to fly, soar higher in the sky.

The higher the flight, the harder it is for the crow to breathe.

That’s when the crow would fall as he runs out of oxygen.

Eagles are wise.

According to Nature Mentoring, crows chase eagles to protect their nest  from possible danger.

They will also steal food from eagles in places where their feeding territories overlap.

Crows are bold enough to come near eagles as they are usually in groups.

Crows are highly social birds. They gather in flocks whereas eagles are solitary creatures.

Crows are rarely alone. They have much closer family ties than other songbirds or even predatory birds.

They travel and live in flocks, often teaming up to chase away threats.

It isn’t impossible to see flocks of crows numbering up to hundreds, or even thousands.

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