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Answered 2010-09-20 19:02:49

Besides peanuts, they stow away other seeds for food later and do so many, and so well, they forget where they put some. The ones they forget that are planted well, such as in soil, may grow into trees. They are not the only birds who do that, the Blue Jays just seem to do it more.

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