They’re both birds, black in color, who caw and occasionally feast off the remains to be found in your garbage bins. But is that all that sets the raven apart from the crow?
Even though they may look similar there are actually a lot of subtle differences between these two birds that most people probably wouldn’t notice at first glance.
Some small examples of this are that ravens mostly travel together in pairs while crows usually fly with a larger group. There is also a distinct difference between the shape of these two bird’s tails.
To learn even more about some of the differences between these mysterious birds, check out the wonderfully informative video below to find out!Whizzco