Question

Comparing across animals in the image, do you think there is a major difference in the animals' abilities to solve complex problems like mazes, tool use, etc.?  Why or why not?

5 cm
Rhesus
Macaque
Western
Gorilla
African Bush
Elephant
Human
Capybara
non-primate
primate
primate
primate
non-primate
48.2 g
69.8 g
377 g
1232 g
2848 g
0.3
1.71
9.1
16.3
5.59
billion
billion
billion
billion
billion
neurons
neurons
neurons
neurons
neurons
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5 cm Rhesus Macaque Western Gorilla African Bush Elephant Human Capybara non-primate primate primate primate non-primate 48.2 g 69.8 g 377 g 1232 g 2848 g 0.3 1.71 9.1 16.3 5.59 billion billion billion billion billion neurons neurons neurons neurons neurons

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