The Lake Superior Zoo is home to animals from all over the world, and some animals that we see right here in the Northland like Ravens. Did you know that Lake Superior Zoo is actually home to two ravens? One is named Loki who's age is unknown and Grip is 3 years old. Both of these ravens were injured in the wild and are not able to survive in the wild. So now Lake Superior Zoo provides them the care, nutrition, and enrichment they need and will be their forever home!

Common ravens can be found in most countries in the Northern Hemisphere. They can also be found in most habitats; however, unlike American crows they are not found in urban areas. Ravens are omnivores and eat everything from rock pigeons to berries! So how can you tell the difference between a raven and a crow? Ravens have a thicker bill, stockier body, and a wedge-shaped tail.

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Common ravens can be found in most countries in the Northern Hemisphere. They can also be found in most habitats; however, unlike American crows they are not found in urban areas. Ravens are omnivores and eat everything from rock pigeons to berries!

How do you tell the difference between a raven and a crow? Ravens have a thicker bill, stockier body, and a wedge-shaped tail. You can find Loki and Grip in their brand-new exhibit on the corner of Bear Country with their roommate Spike the North American porcupine. Also, don't forget to check out the "Larger Than Life Lights" Exhibit going on now at Lake Superior Zoo.

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