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Added on: 17th Dec 2014



Squids are said to be among the brainiest invertebrates in the world.

Their brain structure is different from other invertebrates in the ocean,

as they share complex features similar to the human brain. Like human

beings, squids can be very curious about their environment. They have

the ability to learn new skills and develop the capacity to use tools

that can either help them repress their boredom and protect them

from harm.




Spiders are among the smallest creatures to possess a proportionately

high level of  intelligence. Especially the White Mustached Portia spiders.

These spiders dwell in the African; Asian; and Australian forests and

have demonstrated special learning skills.




Though they are small, they have the ability to creatively withstand

calamities that would wipe out another species. Ants are often seen

coordinating in massive groups to build nests and hunt for food; and

they accommodate to their environment very well.




Baboons are old world monkeys who have cognitive abilities very similar

to chimpanzees and orangutans. In terms of the way they behave,

one can see how these creatures resemble people. Unlike other

animals, studies show that at some level baboons know how to identify

stress and cope with it. They create extremely complex social systems

and can think critically when confronted with difficult situations.




Studies have shown that sea lions possess the ability to think logically

and can actually deduce if a=b and b=c, then a=c.




The intelligence of orangutans is reflected in the way they imitate human

actions. They also have the unique ability to learn complicated new skills,

such as sawing wood or using a hammer and nail to put things together.

Orangutans have the ability to understand their surroundings in a more

abstract way than other animals so they know how to acclimate to some

very harsh environments.




There’s a reason why pigeons have been used numerous times

throughout history on places like battle fields .  They are extremely

good at Geo location and studies have shown that they have an

amazing ability to remember people and places throughout the

course of their life.




Along with pigeons, crows are among the most intelligent birds in

the world. They have the ability to solve complicated problems and adapt

to tough situations which can easily be seen in the way they gather

their food and collect resources.




Of all the animals, sheep are believed to possess the most

powerful memories with some research showing them to be better than

humans in certain situations. For example, they have the ability to identify

when a fellow sheep is lost in their flock.  Moreover, they exhibit a wide

range of emotions and response to various things going on around

them which also shows a high level of intelligence.


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