Unlike normal crows, a razorcrow has a jagged, curved beak that gives this bird its name.1
Razorcrows use their beaks to cut through thick hides and get to meat that their normal cousins couldn't pillage.1
Habitat and ecology
They tend to be flock feeders that will defend a freshly killed carcass against larger animals. These crows almost always feast on carrion, only allowing starvation to push them into hunting live prey. Razorcrows almost never have to do that, however, as they tend to flock to battlefields to feed on the slain.1
The flight feathers of these birds are stronger than most, making them prized by the fletchers in Cheliax and Isger,1 while shepherds and those who raise cattle see the appearance of a murder of razorcrows as a bad omen presaging famine or a disease.2
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