How smart are insects?

Discussion in 'Biology & Genetics' started by Xmo1, Apr 29, 2017.

  1. Curious layman Registered Member

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    Is "smart" the same as "ingenious little buggers"?

    they might not be "smart" compared to a human, but being able to replicate/copy/mimic/understand (?) them is the key to making huge advances in science and engineering, like medicine, space, robotics etc so there kind of responsible for making us "smart" aren't they?
    So they might not be "smart" but they make bloody good teachers. Incredible things aren't they, never cease to be amazed by what they can do.
     
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  5. OutOFtheBOX Registered Member

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    Interesting...I have observed intelligent actions from a spider... does anyone have any information on the intellectual abilities of the spider species?
     
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