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The smartest animals on the planet

We humans think we are the smartest. We have complex language, we know how to build skyscrapers and museums that exhibit his achievements. The reverse side of our intelligence is the invention of bombs, but let’s not talk today about the sad. However, the more we learn about the animal world, the better we understand that and our neighbors on the planet is also very, very not stupid.

We humans think we are the smartest. We have complex language, we know how to build skyscrapers and museums that exhibit his achievements. The reverse side of our intelligence is the invention of bombs, but let’s not talk today about the sad. However, the more we learn about the animal world, the better we understand that and our neighbors on the planet is also very, very not stupid.

Pigs are perhaps the smartest Pets on the planet. The level of intelligence they can be compared to cats and dogs, but by the ability to solve complex problems, they are markedly superior to balls and Barsik. So pigs can easily understand how the mirror, and begin to study reflected the reality on the subject of food.

Pigs are perhaps the smartest Pets on the planet. The level of intelligence they can be compared to cats and dogs, but by the ability to solve complex problems, they are markedly superior to balls and Barsik. So pigs can easily understand how it works the mirror, and even bolaitoga – begin to study reflected the reality on the subject of food.

While the researchers can’t say you see the pig in the mirror they see themselves, and whether you can supply them in a par with monkeys, dolphins and other species that have successfully passed the test for self-identification. Back in the 1990s, researchers conducted the following experiment. Pigs were trained to move a cursor on the screen and showed them a few doodles. After that, the pigs have set the task: to move the cursor to karakulam, which they saw for the first time. And what do you think? Pigs have coped with the dough as quickly as chimpanzees.

While the researchers can’t say you see the pig in the mirror they see themselves, and whether you can supply them in a par with monkeys, dolphins and other species that have successfully passed the test for self-identification. Back in the 1990s, researchers conducted the following experiment. Pigs were trained to move a cursor on the screen and showed them a few doodles. After that, the pigs have set the task: to move the cursor to karakulam, which they saw for the first time. And what do you think? Pigs have coped with the dough as quickly as chimpanzees.