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The carrion crow (Corvus corone) will eat anything from kitchen scraps to dead animals – hence the name – and from fruit to worms, small mammals and birds. Native to western Europe and the eastern Palearctic, it is black all over, though in sunlight petrol-like blues, purples, and greens can be seen on the wing and nape feathers – much greener than the gloss of the rook. It has a black or dark grey beak unlike the rook, which has a whitish bill.
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