In Sweden, trained crows are assigned to pick up used cigarette butts in exchange for food.
Yes, now the crows will not only come to the walls of the houses and bark loudly, but they are also being used to clean the garbage.
According to foreign media reports, the bulk of the world’s plastic waste is cigarette butts.
According to a 2019 study, about 4.5 trillion individual cigarette butts are polluting our environment, but a company in Sweden is using crows to pick up this waste.
According to reports, crows are being trained in phases to pick up used cigarette butts from Swedish streets.
According to reports, the crows are fed in exchange for the collected cigarette butts, while the crows collect the pieces and put them in a specially made machine in the city.
The company founder says that crows are wild birds and it is easy to teach them.
On the other hand, there is concern about the health of the crows that carry this toxic waste.