Background. The article focuses on specific similarities of the peoples of the world in their views on the crow. Also in myths, in German and Uzbek fairy tales, the portrayal of the crow in positive and negative images was analysed comparatively. All folk tales lead to good. The same lesson is also reflected in the article on the educational significance of the two folk tales. Methods. Particular attention is paid to the fact that the peoples of the world have certain similarities in their views on the crow. The image of the Crow also moved to fairy tales based on Legends. Results. In the fairy tale, it is not explained why the hero became a crow. It is known that in fairy tales the evolution of children to different birds (often owl or crow) is described either because of some side work of their father, or because of his own senselessness. Discussions. In German fairy tales Interesting is that in “Die sieben Raben“ “The seven ravens”, “Die Rabe“ ‘The raven” fairy tales, a crow is not just an ordinary bird, but a symbol of children. In Uzbek fairy tales, the image of birds is focused on fostering such positive personal qualities as industriousness, honesty and friendliness. Conclusion. The crow is one of the active images of folk tales. Through it, the views of the people associated with the world of birds are reflected. In Uzbek folk tales, the crow is sometimes portrayed as a bad-tempered bird, while in others it is portrayed as a calm, rather wise, old wise bird. Since the bird that runs for lust in the tales of "Crow with a sesame seeds" and "The Lamb with a Crow" is depicted in the tales of "Crow, Deer, Wolf", "Hunter, Kukcha and Dono" as a friend, an old wise bird, it can be concluded that no bird or animal is reflected only in a negative or only positive image.
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