Uh oh, the evolutionists are going to be partying all night over this news...
WASHINGTON - Mounting tiny video cameras to the tail feathers of crows, researchers discovered that the birds use a variety of tools to seek food, and even make their own tools, plucking, smoothing and bending twigs and grass stems.
"We observed a new mode of tool use that was not known before. We saw them use tools on the ground, using a little grass stem to poke and fish into nests," researcher Christian Rutz of England's University of Oxford said in a telephone interview.
New Caledonian crows had been known to use sticks to probe rotting trees for grubs, but they were never seen to use tools on the ground before.
A crow that does tricks isn't proof that people came from birds billions of years ago. I'm sorry, I don't care how many crude tools a crow designs and uses to catch food, it's still just a stupid crow and it belongs on my plate marinated in Dales, with a side of fava peas and a nice Chianti, should I decide to kill it and eat it.