MORE INTELLIGENT ANIMALS
Added on: 22nd Jan 2015
Known for being resourceful; raccoons are capable of forming
complex social relationships and also make use of complex tools
when problem solving.
Horses have always held a special meaning to humans, apart from
the fact that they are great to very ride and get us places they
are also teachable, have good memories, and are able to
respond to complicated commands quickly under stress.
Known for having displayed suicidal tendencies and well planned
attacks in a group; it’s safe to say that Rhesus Monkeys are
extremely smart and resourceful.
Extremely adept hunters, falcons have always been used in the
same way as pigeons, to convey messages and do reconnaissance.
Their ability to follow commands and remember territory is formidable.
Once could easily underestimate the mental capacity of a rat.
While they can be revolting sewer dwellers that Hollywood has made them
out to be, they are also quite smart. They have very good long term
memories and are excellent when it comes to adapting to
Even during the time of the ancient Greeks, owls were already seen as
intelligent animals. While this may appear to be true due to pre conceived
notions about their “wisdom” this is the “burst your bubble” list item.
That’s right, they are actually not that smart compared to other birds.
Those who have cats as pets know that these animals are skilled at
hunting. They are agile and they possess incredible sensory ability and
though they are not nearly as trainable as dogs, they are
extremely adept at learning new skills.
Squirrels may be small, but their brains should not underrated.
Yes, we know what you are thinking; every time you almost hit one
with your car is because they can’t seem to figure out how to get out of
your way, how can they be smart? Well, their intelligence is very focused
on one thing; gathering food. When it comes to storing provisions their
minds are uniquely adapted with everything they need which includes
a ridiculous memory to remember where they store it.