Can Darwinian science explain the uncanny fact that a crow both looks and sounds

Can Darwinian science explain the uncanny fact that a crow both looks and sounds

Can Darwinian science explain the uncanny fact that a crow both looks and sounds ugly whereas as a prettier bird makes a prettier song? What possible purpose could such an aesthetic unity serve and why would humans be able to recognize it?

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