Which Is The Most Intelligent Animal In Hunting? Exclude Man In Your Answer.
The world’s most intelligent
animal is man. But man, and woman, does not want to be referred to as an
animal. Man’s brain is part of the soul and the soul is the actuating cause of
man’s life that belongs to God. Man will comfortably tell you... read more
The title of the world’s most
intelligent bird goes to the African Grey Parrot. They are followed by crows,
ravens, jays and magpies. Both psittacines (parrots) and corvines happens to
have a brain-to-body size ratio that is comparable to that of... read more
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