Ravens might possess a Theory of Mind, say scientists

Ravens might possess a Theory of Mind, say scientists

A new study of ravens’ behavior when they think they’re being ‘spied on’ suggests they possess building blocks of humans’ own ability to interpret others’ thoughts, hopes, and fears. 

From ancient Greek mythology to Native American folklore, ravens tend to have the same role: the clever tricksters you don’t want to cross. Corvus corax and its relatives were even spies for Apollo, which didn’t end well for his unfaithful lover Coronis, and served as the eyes and ears of Norse god Odin.

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