This video from Nature features perhaps the most intelligent crows of the species. These crows live on a small island in the South Pacific called New Caledonia. Why are they so smart? They have the ability to use and make tools. Researchers in New Caledonia study how the crows go through an impressive series of actions to make their tools in order to access food. This is extraordinary because only three species (other than humans) make tools: elephants, chimpanzees and the Caledonia crows.
This video is available in both English and Spanish audio, along with corresponding closed captions.
Learn more about the Nature film A Murder of Crows.