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The Cape crow or black crow (Corvus capensis) is slightly larger than the carrion crow and is completely black with a slight gloss of purple in its feathers. This species occurs in two large separate regions of the African continent. One form ranges from the Cape at the southern tip of Africa up to southern Angola and across to the east coast of Mozambique. The other population occurs in a large area from South Sudan, Ethiopia,Tanzania and Kenya in central east Africa.
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