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The most intelligent animals – Top 10

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The most intelligent animals – Top 10

Domestic cats (Felis catus)

Although they have as many fans as adversaries, they cannot be denied their position on this list, because they can adapt to many situations very well and acquire new behaviors that they associate with past situations.

In social groups cats openly communicate their needs and desires, they also response to their trainers’ commands.

Moreover, on the basis of the WAIS IQ test results, it has been indicated that cat intelligence is at a relatively high level.

It is known that cats are aware of the existence of objects that are not currently in their field of vision, and tests on sensory and motor responses are similar to the abilities of children of two years of age.

The experimental conditions have shown that cats store information in their memory for about 10 years, and further observations have proved that they can dream.

Cats are aware of objects that are not currently in their field of view.

Cats are aware of objects that are not currently in their field of view.



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