Another study provides outstanding results
Canadian environment officials discovered 200 dead crows on the highway between Prince Albert and North Battleford, Saskatchewan, and they raised concern that the crows may have died from Avian Flu.
The Government agreed, and directed the Provincial Environment Ministry to contract a bird pathologist to examine the remains of all the crows. The official confirmed the problem was definitely NOT Avian Flu, much to everyone’s relief.
However, he determined that 98% of the crows had been killed by impact with trucks, and only 2% were killed by car impact.
The Government then hired an Ornithological Behaviourist to determine the disproportionate percentages for truck versus car kills.
After 18 months of research and $2.7 million spent, the Ornithological Behaviourist determined the cause of the deaths.
When crows eat road kill, they always set-up a look-out crow in a nearby tree to warn of impending danger.
His conclusion was that the lookout crow could say “Cah”, but he could not say “Truck”.
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