The common raven, also known as the northern raven, is a large all-black bird with at least eight subspecies, with little difference in appearance. It is quite possibly the heaviest passerine bird. They can grow up to 63 centimeters and 1.2 kilograms in mass. They can grow to be as old as 21 years old. They are monogamous and pairs are often seen defending territory.
Their numbers are so generous that some people consider them as pests. Their success as a species relies only on their omnivorous diet.
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