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Date Posted: 19:45:39 08/29/04 Sun
Author: Jason
Author Host/IP: dpc6682009047.direcpc.com / 66.82.9.47
Subject: Re: Questions about Isis show
In reply to: Sean 's message, "Re: Questions about Isis show" on 01:07:23 01/12/04 Mon

>if i had to guess, i'd say tut was a raven. crows are
>pretty small birds, but ravens can grow to be 2+ feet
>tall. however, neither ravens nor crows can talk, as
>tut did from time to time. wanna hear something
>REALLY strange, tho? according to the comic book, tut
>was a myna bird. it would certainly explain his
>ability to talk!
>
>sean
>Jason- I beleive that the bird was a crow,by looking at the size of the creature as seen on the show,however animal wranglers in the entertainment field often use more than one of the same animal. and yes ravens are very large birds at 2'or more, however sean is incorrect, both Crows and Ravens have the ability to talk and can even pick up a few words on their own in the wild when the animals live near populated areas and overhear human conversation on a daily basis. This is a scientific fact, also I know this from personal experience having raised a Raven which I actually taught to speak.
>>First, was Andrea Thomas' pet bird, Tut, a crow or a
>>raven?

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