How smart are animals?

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Nova scienceNOW volume 2011, episode 4
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This release from NOVA scienceNOW offers a series of short documentaries, all focusing on the intelligence of animals, detailing amazing advancements in scientific research, like the discovery that the dog brain is remarkably similar to a human's, observations revealing that dolphins are capable of advanced communication, and more. ~ Cammila Collar, Rovi
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subject_facet Alex (Parrot), Animal behavior, Animal intelligence, Animal television programs, Documentary television programs, Dogs -- Psychology, Dolphins -- Psychology, Human-animal communication, Nonfiction television programs, Octopuses -- Psychology, Pepperberg, Irene M. -- (Irene Maxine), Science television programs, Video recordings for people with visual disabilities, Video recordings for the hearing impaired
title_display How smart are animals?
title_full How smart are animals? [videorecording] / produced for WGBH/Boston by Nova
title_short How smart are animals?
topic_facet Alex (Parrot), Animal behavior, Animal intelligence, Dogs, Dolphins, Human-animal communication, Octopuses, Pepperberg, Irene M, Psychology
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