Besides looking like humans, chimpanzees can think like humans. They can modify their environment to serve the community. They're the smartest primate and one of the smartest creatures in the world.

Chimpanzees

A middle-aged pig can be as smart as a 3-year-old person, and they can adapt to difficult environmental settings since they learn new abilities fast.

Pigs

Bottlenose dolphins have the greatest brains in the animal kingdom relative to their body mass. Advanced communicators, they can also recognise themselves in a mirror.

Bottlenose Dolphins

Although their remarkable ability to converse is merely mimicry, parrots have outstanding memories and can solve complicated issues.

Parrots

Whales, known for their size but not their intelligence, employ sophisticated noises to communicate with one other and organise group activities. They're also great problem-solvers.

Whales

Although breeds differ in intelligence, they learn rapidly and are teachable. Labrador Retrievers, Border Collies, and Poodles are very curious. Their emotional intelligence makes them a good friend.

Dogs

Intelligent invertebrates are octopuses. Highly expert hunters, they use well-developed techniques to find food. They can solve complex problems, like most of the other creatures on this list.

octopuses

Elephants have greater brains. Big brains don't signify much, though. Body mass to brain mass ratio matters, although elephants are brilliant by nonhuman standards. These animals use their brains to create and process social connections and exhibit empathy.

Elephants

Cat owners know that these animals are adept hunters. They're agile and have remarkable sensory abilities, and while not as trainable as dogs, they're good at acquiring new skills.

Cats

Ancient Greeks thought owls were smart. This is the "bust your bubble" list item since it may seem accurate owing to preconceived beliefs about their "knowledge." They're dumb compared to other birds.

Owls

Rats' intelligence is often underestimated. While they're disgusting sewer dwellers, they're also smart. They have great long-term memories and adapt well to change.

Rats

Rhesus Monkeys are known for their suicidal tendencies and their ability to plot assaults in groups, so it's safe to conclude that they are also rather intelligent and resourceful.

Rhesus Monkeys

Ancient Greeks thought owls were smart. This is the "bust your bubble" list item since it may seem accurate owing to preconceived beliefs about their "knowledge." They're dumb compared to other birds.

Horses

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