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#115 - fiftyshadesofgus
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(07/11/2013) [-]
That's a Raven
#120 to #115 - tkuja
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(07/11/2013) [-]
id quoth it
#118 to #115 - thirdjess
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(07/11/2013) [-]
A crow is a type of bird. Ravens are crows. Just like the bald eagle is an eagle.
#123 to #118 - aerius
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(07/11/2013) [-]
That's Corvids, not crows.
#125 to #123 - thirdjess
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(07/11/2013) [-]
So you've got Pythons, you've got Boas and you've got Anacondas. All three are fairly famous varieties of constrictor type snakes. All three are subclasses of the Boa. Same applies to Crows, Ravens and Magpies.
#127 to #125 - sgc
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(07/11/2013) [-]
and jackdals and rooks
#128 to #127 - thirdjess
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(07/11/2013) [-]
Oh man theirs tonnes. Bluejays and Carrions and less famous examples. Also it's Jackdaw not Jackal, close but no cigar.
#130 to #128 - sgc
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(07/11/2013) [-]
no, rooks jackdals, crows and ravens all belong to the family of true crows. everything else is not the same.
#133 to #130 - thirdjess
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(07/11/2013) [-]
It's spelt with a W, Jackdaw. Say it with me now! Jackdaw.

Basically Jays and Magpies and that sort are Corvidae, Crows and stuff are Corvus. Jays and Magpies used to be a part of the Corvus but with the discovery of new species they were given their own genus. I have a guide to Australian birds open on my lap right now so don't try and correct me because you'd be wrong.
#138 to #133 - lawlnope
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(07/11/2013) [-]
And THEN you ave the one species that will **** EvrERYTHING UP. Corvo.
And THEN you ave the one species that will **** EvrERYTHING UP. Corvo.
#129 to #128 - thirdjess
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(07/11/2013) [-]
Fail, there's*