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10 Animals That Are Smarter Than You Think

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1. New Caledonian Crow ................... 2.Monitor Lizard

3. Portia labiata (Jumping Spider) ..... 4. Common Rat

5. African Hornbill .............................. 6. Live-Bearing Tooth Carp

7. Vampire Bats ............................... 8. Squirrel

9. Anole (Lizard) ............................. 10. Honeybee

http://www.popsci.co...u-think?image=0

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I'm glad jumping spiders made the list. I've read that some species trick web weavers by 'playing' their webs to 'sound' like prey.

Edited by Hasina

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I'm glad jumping spiders made the list. I've read that some species trick web weavers by 'playing' their webs to 'sound' like prey.

Animals are very smart, when it comes to survival ;)

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I knew the crow and rat were smart but the squirrel caught me by surprise they are always getting outsmarted by the chipmunks around here.

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I believe it especially Squirrels. I also think they hold a grudge and remember individual people. Living at in a condo near the woods with my friends the squirrels would only throw things at anybody who made them angry. They surprisingly have good aim.

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I like learning about rats. I think I watched a show about their intelligence on television some time ago.

I didn't like them at first, but now I think they're very charming creatures.

This should be an interesting read.

The rat pictured in the article looks just like my pet rats :cry:

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