Magpie playing with a dog

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+23 1. Limberg commented 7 years ago

I so want a pet crow right now! :O
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+8 2. joeman commented 7 years ago

One of the smartest birds. Very social!
http://www.birdminds.com/EuropeanMagpie.php.
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+14 3. duvly commented 7 years ago

they were friends in some past life too
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+9 4. jackDjohnson commented 7 years ago

I tawt i taw a puppy dowg... ;)
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+10 5. Urmensch commented 7 years ago

I've hand-reared a few magpies until they were ready to release. They are really intelligent and a great laugh to have around. The last one liked to roost up in the pelmet of the curtains, and would swoop down and snatch stuff from you if you turned your back for a moment.
If there was something you seemed to like, he wanted it. It made it difficult to have a doobie as he'd glide down and snatch the hash, with his wing-beats sending papers and tobacco flying.
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-6 6. Add1ct commented 7 years ago

It's not a magpie it is a hooded crow
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+10 7. Tehnol commented 7 years ago

#2 wrong
#6 wrong

It's an Australian Magpie, extremely common throughout Australia and easy to hand train from a young age.
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+9 8. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

#2#6#7 wrong wrong wrong Emu!
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+8 9. tomthecabinboy commented 7 years ago

Is that a Bog or a Dird?
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+9 10. Vaypay commented 7 years ago

Cat in the background: "Me wants play with bird too ! Please !"
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+6 11. ragou commented 7 years ago

Heaven? On Earth?