En español | Cat lovers may hiss in protest, but a new study suggests that dogs are smarter than cats. Or at least that they have bigger, more developed brains.
While scientists have shown that social interaction is important for the human brain, British researchers at Oxford University looked at man's best friend and discovered the same thing. The scientists found that, over millions of years, highly social species like dogs have developed bigger — and arguably smarter — brains in relation to their body size compared with solitary species, like the aloof feline. … Back to Article
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