Haiku #113

Dead Misawa crow~

murder swarms to say farewell~

and plot a revenge.

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Kaeli N. Swift, under the guidance of biologist Dr. John M. Marzluff at the University of Washington, discovered that crows will congregate noisily around dead comrades as a way to gather information about threats to their own safety.
Photo courtesy of https://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/06/science/crows-may-learn-lessons-from-death.html
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