I go even further to offer the idea of being skeptical and uncertain about EVERYTHING including science and life. I went on to say i cant even be sure about murder existing any further then movies and media...for i have never seen it...
Philosophically speaking, nothing can be known for certain, each of us might be dreaming everything around us. But realistically, extremely few people live their lives that way. For the most part people behave Naturalistically. Every morning they pour their corn flakes into a bowl and eat them without checking to make sure they haven't magically transformed into poison flakes over night.
And human beings, being more thoughtful than insects, also relate to the world with an awareness that exceeds simply what they can see and hear and touch. Our behavior automatically causes us to use deduction to expand our awareness into areas we haven't had direct experience with. This behavior can definitely lead to errors, especially when you trust the wrong sources of information, but it also results in a much more comprehensive world experience.
If you choose to limit what you believe to only what you can see and hear and touch directly, then you are choosing the way of the insect. But you are also being arbitrary in selecting a limit which is beyond the philosophical absolute of realizing that you don't know anything for sure. The only two logical choices are to treat reality as a complete unknown and not believe anything, even your senses, or to completely accept the full range of human abilities and interact with reality with full capacity and confidence.
If you're going to choose an arbitrary limit to how much you trust your ability to understand the world through deduction and reason, then why choose to limit yourself to the world of the insect or the world of the crow. You might as well go all the way and choose to be human and to assume that you do have the ability to perceive reality accurately.