Saturday, September 17, 2011

Crows and Yowies The Herald
Seeing is believing, but is it enough for proof? A tale of two enterprising birds taking advantage of a cat where one distracts the cat while the other nabs a bite of meat is easily believed because of its mundane nature and someone observed their shenanigans. But why is it so difficult to accept an eyewitness account of coming face to face with a yowie? Elsewhere in the field of maverick science, Australian Geographic notes that Birds of a Feather Talk Together, relating tales of domesticated birds teaching wild birds to speak English. Wrapping up this roundup is Cryptomundo's rumination upon the Caddy Carcass Comportment and the upcoming display of a full-scale model at the new digs for the International Cryptozoology Museum.

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