Birds Learn to Operate Automatic Doors

They circle in front of the motion detector, the doors open, and the birds fly through and take lunch up to the kids that are nesting in the building. Then it’s back to the door, buzz by the motion detector — and fly through again to hunt for more food.



Birds Learn to Operate Automatic Doors (WABC-New York)

Update: In Virginia, it was a bear.



In other news, dolphins evolve opposable thumbs.