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Are Cats Smarter Than Dogs?
Dogs are friendly, cats are smart. This simple, albeit simplistic, dichotomy has been cited—and argued over—by many a pet owner. But still, the question. Researchers in Manchester, England looked into which animal is smarter, a dog or a cat. Their results may surprise you. A dog's bark is only a. I recently found myself listening to another episode in the eternal debate about whether dogs are smarter than cats. One of the supporters of the.
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Dogs have more nerve than cats
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Dogs, it turns out, have about twice the number of neurons in their cerebral cortexes than what cats have, which suggests they could be about. I recently found myself listening to another episode in the eternal debate about whether dogs are smarter than cats. One of the supporters of the. But this still doesn't tell the full story: Raccoons are actually smarter than both cats and dogs and have more neurons, with a large amount of.