They are mentioned in many mythologies, both in North America and in Europe. Among the Native Americans, Raven is a creator and trickster god. In Norse mythology, Odin’s two Ravens Thought and Memory are divine spies so to speak. They are mentioned in many poems and novels, perhaps the most famous is Edgar Allan Poe’s Nevermore.
"Though the birds have a wide variety of sounds and calls they may not be willing to divulge their secrets to us." Quote the raven? Aaarrck!
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2: The famous bird from Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven"
3: An animal frequent in many mythologies. In Norse Mythology That of the Vikings/Scandinavians Odin, the All-Father God, has two Ravens named Huginn and Muninn Thought and Memory that travel to Midgard -- the world of Men -- and report the happenings back to him.