Bees are much more intelligent than previously believed. We already knew from previous research that bees get the concept of zero and can do basic math. Now researchers have discovered bees may also be capable of connecting symbols to numbers.
A new scientific study uses a cognitive bias test to determine empathy among ravens. Researchers discovered ravens pick up on and even share negative emotions.
A new study has discovered that like humans, worms are capable of forming associative memories–that is, memories that associate a certain sound or smell or tone of voice with a particular outcome. Unfortunately, not all memories are positive and researchers discovered that like their human counterparts, worms too can develop PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) from traumatic events.
Humans who live with cats and regularly call them by their names have always known that cats, like their canine … More
Apes are so intelligent that they weigh their options. This is the conclusion of a new animal cognition study that … More
Findings from new research suggest that fish might possess far higher cognitive powers than previously thought. More specifically, the results … More
According to the results from a new scientific study, bigger dogs have better short-term memory and self-control than smaller dogs, … More
An interesting piece in Fast Company offers an overview of the history on animal cognition research of bees. Featured is … More
Scientific studies are finally starting to catch up with what pet owners have known for a very long time: dogs … More
According to a recent University of Michigan study chimpanzees often make decisions faster that benefits others than themselves. – The study … More
A fascinating impending study of elephants to test the plausibility of personhood… The elephant as a person aeon Have … More
Crows are not only excellent toolmakers, it turns out they are absolute rock stars when it comes to creating complex … More