Top 9 Smartest Animals

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By Nandini Sharma

Chimps can pick up sign language and use it to communicate with humans. They can even recall the name signs of people they haven't seen in years.

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Chimpanzee :

In the waters across the world, you may see schools of dolphins playing and having fun while surfing, racing, leaping, spinning, and whistling.

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Dolphin :

Many orangutans have been seen utilizing tools in the wild, and they have a sophisticated society and communication system.

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Orangutan :

A highly developed kind of intellect, elephants are also incredibly compassionate and empathic toward both other animals and members of their own species.

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Elephant :

Crows have shown the ability to develop tools, recognise individuals or animals that may be dangerous, and comprehend comparisons.

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Crow :

Young piglets may actually learn how to utilize mirrors to make their way to a hidden food dish.

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Pig :

The majority of squirrels use an astounding diversity of survival skills, which researchers feel shows an exceptionally high degree of cunning and intelligence.

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Squirrel :

Numerous scientific studies have used pigeons as test subjects, therefore a plethora of information on their cognitive capacities exists

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Pigeon :

Play, problem-solving, maze-navigating, and having respectable short-term memory are all things that octopuses do

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Octopus :