Animals seem to be fairly clever right? Sometimes appearing as if they’re using just as many cognitive functions as human beings, not to mention performing those functions in a much more efficient matter!
Unfortunately, we are finding more and more that very interesting animals, such as jumping spiders (which appeared to have phenomenal skills for planning and stalking their prey), have simple perceptual mechanisms which are performed ‘on the fly’. So what they’re doing is making a feedback system (much like a robot) in which they perceive their environment, perform actions, and they make adjustments according to their perceptual information. So in this sense, animals may not be as intelligent as we previously assumed… of course this is subjective to your definition of intelligence, and it is subject to controversy.
So… your old pet pal at home may not be showing all those emotions that you thought… And on that note, I have some videos to show you concerning animals, being better than humans, and just what’s going on in their animal minds… Please take a look!
…It’s true… animals in most cases are better than us…. check out this video!