Clever crow pulls off fur from deer’s bottom to use in its nest in Japan

Amusing footage shows a clever crow pulling fur from a deer’s bottom to use in its nest. The black bird used its beak to take some of the deer’s hair inside Nara Park in Osaka, Japan on March 21. The deer, resting inside its enclosure, appeared unbothered and let the feathered creature some of its extra fur. Park-goer Duy Taylor said: "I travelled long hours to reach that place and it was worth it. I had the chance to see the funny but smart crow."

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