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April 23, 2008

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kathy

Regarding black plastic garbage bags: they did an experiment in the Northwest a few years ago and found that once ravens were able to see into the clear garbage bags that were left on the curb, they learned to open them and pick through the contents. When they switched back to black plastic the ravens remembered the delicious contents of the bags and continued to use them as a food source.

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