The life span of a black crow on average is 6 to 9 years. Unfortunately, over 50 percent black crows die during their first year of life.Continue Reading
Fully grown crows have very few predators with humans and hawks being the biggest threat to the birds. Young crows however, are susceptible to a large array of predators including owls, raccoons and other animals. Many young crows die from starvation or adverse weather conditions.
There are many species of crow around the world and they live in a variety of habitats, including urban areas. Crows are omnivores, so they will scavenge and eat whatever they can find.Learn more about Birds
A black crow superstition is that if it lands atop a home's roof, the inhabitants will suffer bad luck or face death. This superstition has existed for over a century.Full Answer >
Black crows symbolize communication from the gods, divination of the future and the Welsh goddess of war and death, Morrigan. Crows are also associated with death and the netherworld. Followers of Hinduism consider crows to be ancestors and provide them with food offerings.Full Answer >
The life span of Siberian tigers varies depending on whether they are raised in captivity or live in the wild; wild Siberian tigers can live to be 10 to 15 years old, while those raised in captivity can live to be 20. Many factors contribute to the longevity of these tigers, including their access to food and water and the presence or absence of disease and biological defects within a given population.Full Answer >
The life span of an electric eel ranges from 12 to 22 years. Electric eels are more closely related to catfish and carp than to eels. Electric eels feed on fish, amphibians, such as frogs, and sometimes birds or small rodents.Full Answer >