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Animal Intelligence vs. Human Intelligence

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on 1 June 2017

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Transcript of Animal Intelligence vs. Human Intelligence

Intelligence:
The ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills. To apply one's knowledge toward adaptive behaviors within and environment.
Human intelligence:


Person's cognitive abilities to learn, associated with school performance, logic, IQ, abstract thought, self-awareness, emotional knowledge, memory, planning, creativity, and problem solving.
ANIMAL INTELLIGENCE
Refers to a group of abilities that enable problem solving by animals in their specific environment.
Evan's observations:

Big difference is that animal intelligence is more based on the animal's need to survive and hunt for food and human intelligence is more focused on advancing through school, college, career.
Same:
Human:
Animal:
Caring
for
young.


Communication
within
their
group.
School

Earn
money
to buy
items
like
food.
Hunt for
food.

Living
outside.
for example,
chimps,
humans and chimps are not far apart. they share our intelligence by 98%.
parrot:
they have amazing memory and can be taught to talk.
dog:
intelligence levels vary between different breeds.
quick learners.
their emotional intelligence makes them man's best friend.
coco the gorilla:
she is a gorilla that knows sign language and took care of cats.
octopus:
unlike most animals and humans they have neurons in their arms rather than their brain.

individual responsibility
and emotions.
animal intelligence vs. human intelligence
Evans conclusions:


I think after all this i believe animals have potential for intelligence but i think humans have more intelligence because animals didn't think of roads or computers or transportation.
info was found at:
1. youtube
2. wikapedia
3. brain jet.com
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