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Jackdaws, Crows, Ravens, and Rooks is a genus with almost world-wide distribution, occuring in all continents except South America.
The members of this genus are generally rather similar and sometimes difficult to tell apart. Most species are highly sociable and many live near humans, sometimes in big cities. Some species are known for their intelligence and even use simple tools like sticks to get their food. As they live near or with men they also found their way into human culture.
Corvus is a genus in the family Corvidae.
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