• My dog is friends with a crow
and it's like a real life Pixar movie
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    • Crows actually are one of the few species of birds to attwnpt to befriend their prey before bringing larger groups back to attack, as to gain the trust of the prey and not startle it and make it run. They're actually REALLY dangerous in large groups, i would know because i made all this shit up
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    • Nice
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    • Crows actually are one of few species of birds to attempt to befriend their prey before bringing larger groups to attack without the prey being too startled and running. They are very dangerous, i would know because i made all this shit up
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    • Well, if you think about it, ravens actually help wolves when hunting as symbiosis, the raven warns of danger while the wolf hunts and leaves food for the raven
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    • Crows and wolves have a symbiotic relationship in the wild. Crows notify wolves of possibly prey and threatens. In return the cries get to pick over their left overs
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    • And now pixar will take it and use it as there own and not give the person who posted that any royalties
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    • Not surprising even in the wild ravens and wolf's have a symbiotic relationship
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    • Nah if it was a Pixar movie then the crow or dog would die or some sad stuff like that
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    • I would watch this.
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    • I refuse to believe anything other than the fact that this was a super cute old couple that was reincarnated into these animals and finally found each other again
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    • Crows are actually very intelligent, they’re up there with chimps and dolphins
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    • It sounds like it would be an old animation. “The Shepard and The Crow”.
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    • Disney: this is now my property
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    • I CAN EXPLAIN THIS! For centuries crows and wolves have worked together in harmony within their habitat. Wolves walk around and crows call out prey. The wolves bring down the prey and eat to their hearts content and the crows get to pick the bones clean!
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    • Crows can recognize your face. One of the smartest bird on the planet. Germane shepherds are also a very smart breed of dog. So this is them recognizing intelligence in each other and them showing appreciation to one other.
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    • Did you know that crows will befriend and follow around wolves in the wild
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    • Crows and Ravens are very intelligent animals and normally form relationships with canines, as they feed off their kills and leftovers, as well as lead them towards bodies to scavenge
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    • This is actually a normal relationship between a crow and a wolf. Not too weird that its happening with a dog
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    • Ravens and crows are known to befriend wolves, they watch out for predators and alert the wolves and in return the wolves save them scraps from their hunt.
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    • Crows are actually very intelligent and able to be trained to say or mimic words
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    • Please make 50 more hours of video with these two playing. Thank you
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    • I read somewhere that crows and wolves have a tight relationship. The crows serve as an extra pair of eyes and ears for them by scouting out dead carcasses, or alarming them when dangers are near. The wolves kill the animals and split the meal with the birbs. So maybe birb thought doggo was wolf boi
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    • Watch Disney steal the idea in 3 years
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    • Crows are actually known to be very intelligent animals so this isn't surprising
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    • Last noonht I said goodbye to my best friend. Saved me more times than I can count. And was the best brother a guy could ask for. Nearly 13 years of joy. Just wanted y'all to see him.
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    • Looks just like my pupper
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    • Just wait till your dog goes missing and the crow is pecking on your door for help
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    • Name the crow Russel
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    • I said it before and I’ll say it again: This version fucking sucks, her harmony sucks, that FUCKING UKELE, THAT EVERYONE THINKS THEY CAN PLAY, SUCKS.
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    • Wolves in the wild and crows actually have a symbiotic relationship, so it’s cool to see this kind of thing as well
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    • Thank you guys for not comparing this to that shit Brutus comic.
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    • The rare, but welcomed, “enjoyable tik tok”
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    • Crows would befriend wolfs and show them where prey was so they could have the scraps after the wolves were done
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    • Dog and Crow's excellent adventures! Theres ur title
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    • Song is -"tonoonht you belong with me" for all u peeps that r late :p
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    • Crows are some of the only other animals (other than humans and dogs/wolves) capable of forming social interactions that we would consider “friendships” or “pack-like”
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    • Crows are actually smart as shit probably does see ur dog as a friend. Like dogs and a few other animals some birds actually like to play and have fun
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    • This is music you'd hear distorted in a horror movie
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    • So I was hella confused at first because I read “crow” as “cow”.
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    • Disney- that's some nice original content but were gonna go with toy story 26
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    • Crows are the most intelligent bird
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    • Very cool and cute but not too surprising. Crows are very intelligent animals with complex social lives...same as dogs. They make a good pair of friends
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    • Tonoonht you belong to me - folk uke. That's the song incase anyone wanted to know 🤙
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    • I'm scared that the dog is just gonna bite that crow's head off one day cause you forgot to feed it
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    • That's pretty cute not gonna lie
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    • Crows are actually extremely intelligent. Ranging from being able to hold semi funerals for dead crows and recognizing any humans that have been nice or mean to them. Awesome birds.
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    • Youve heard of Fox and Hound, but have you heard of Crow and Hound
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    • That’s because Wolves and Crows developed a sort of symbiotic relationship, where the crow would be lookout and in exchange it would get some of the wolf’s food. The instinct is probably still there
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    • Now that's fucking heartwarming
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    • The song title please. Anyone with genitals please tell me the name of the song. Anyone with large juicy sex organs please
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    • Crows are one of if not the smartest birds alive, like I would put the intelligence of crows up near octopuses and pigs
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    • *dog eats crow
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    • Mean while Australian magpies are still attempting to pluck my eye halls out
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    • Is it possible to learn this power?
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    • Birb & dogs, 2 excellent species.
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    • Should be playing you got a friend in me but okay
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    • I thought that said cow lol
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    • Crows are awesome and crazy intelligent.
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    • The music is ruined by that video of the guys playing basketball at noonht next to a forest
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    • They do this with wolves to and he probably thought the dog was a wolf. They usually eat wolves’ scraps.
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    • I've been sobbing into my beer while eating a tube of peanut butter but then I saw this and it cheered me up a bit
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    • What actually happened
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    • Weird ass song
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    • Interesting fact is that in the wild wolves and crows actually have a symbiosis relationship, where the crows will alert the wolves if prey near by from an aerial view and in exchange the pack leader makes sure there is scraps left over for the crows to eat
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    • I saw crow as cow and I was waiting for the cow
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    • *Dogmeat found Something*
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    • Sheppard and the Crow
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    • God, half of the content here is just people stealing other people's tiktok videos, cutting the credit off poorly and slapping their own caption on it.
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    • I first read that as cow so I was just watching waiting for the cow
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    • Seen it
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    • I love seeing bonds between unlikely animals. Gives me hope humans can accomplish the same thing one day
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    • Why the fuck do these types of memes reuse the sane songs it's fucking annoying. Bring something new to the table you sheeps
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    • Someone make a movie about this and make sure the dog dies at the end protecting the bird. And then to find out the dog had babies and the bird looked after them.
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    • Crows are smart
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    • What I like is, that either one will eat the other if one were to pass away. As it should be.
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    • New episode of Brutus and pixie but it's Brutus and the crow
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