Scientists have once again proved that the dog is not the smartest animal.
This time, the study of intelligence was carried out by academics from the University of Exeter together with scientists from the University of Canterbury Christ Church.
In the course of scientific work, they compared the cognitive abilities of dogs and other domestic animals, and also analyzed the capabilities of some predators and carnivores.
The author of the scientific work, Professor Stephen Leah, concluded that the dog’s abilities are too exaggerated.
Dogs really do very well with some puzzles, but other animals can do it no worse.
In addition, most of the representatives of the animal world with the right approach can be trained. In fact, almost all the “unique” skills of dogs have other animals.