If there is an animal group that is turning upside down everything we thought we knew about behavior, is that of birds. Lacking the hands that allow primates to manipulate the environment with extreme care, the use of tools among birds is exceptionally rare. Only two species of corvids and one of passerines (the finch carpenter, one of the “finches of Darwin”) use them regularly.

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