ScienceDaily (2007-03-20) — Most of us would know our mother’s voice on the phone from the first syllable uttered. A recent Cornell study suggests that crows also can recognize the voices of their relatives.
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This woman did a lot of in-depth research for this study. I am not surprised in the least to find out that crows recognize each others voices. We do. We are so egocentric sometimes!