3 Animals That Are Smarter Than You Thought





3 Animals That Are Smarter Than You Thought


Great episode!!! :)
People always speak of rats smarts but I believe Mice should also be recognized too as they are very similar. https://youtu.be/Pb7Woa4-qDQ < a video showing only SOME of the things they can do.

Also owls in the wild collect human food from the city, but since they cannot eat it themselves, they bring it to their home so that bugs will come which they can eat instead.
Farm animals are also sentient and smart, that's why meat industry should be banned.
Random but if y'all are ever sad or bored just start rating your pets on a scale from 1-10 on subjects related to computers. Like, a small yorkie would have 7/10 processing power but 3/10 poor design from inbreeding.
Adorable rats... Clean as cats... Smarter than mutts...
Came to comments to see people telling him it's 'octopuses'... was dissapointed by the vegan hate mob
Pigs can lie? Animal Farm just got more meta
PURE gimp
Sounds like rats would be better at Deal Or No Deal than humans.
Brother, I need your OATS.
"Fowler's Modern English Usage states that "the only acceptable plural in English is octopuses" not octopi! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plural_form_of_words_ending_in_-us#Octopus
I say to the pidgeons study, hah when pigs fly! He says: “Pigs fly through tests.” Well played sir, well played..
That was 4 animals.
Rat's can do philosophy
awwww, rattaburs. <3333 I love rats, they're so smart and sweet tempered.
All right, I'll take the "you're a pig" comments from now on as a compliment.
Pigs are smart.
Crows, pigs, rats..are smarter than most dogs
Pigs are smarter than dogs..this is why I stopped eating pork or eat much much less
Pigs are smarter than dogs


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Agricultural economics refers to economics as it relates to the "production, distribution and consumption of [agricultural] goods and services".

The word agriculture is a late Middle English adaptation of Latin agricultūra, from ager, "field", and cultūra, "cultivation" or "growing".