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2014/12/17
18:23 UTC

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teamwork makes the dream work.

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2014/10/14
16:16 UTC

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Army of Ants Using Teamwork To Move Their Catch

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2014/09/22
21:21 UTC

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Smart Dogs Train Their People - Watch This Amazing Training by The Fastest Poodle

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2013/06/14
20:16 UTC

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Polar bears are highly evolved social animals, they form hierarchies and have structured relationships with each other, sometimes even sharing resources (x-post r/polarbears)

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2013/12/05
11:26 UTC

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Smart parrot makes kittens a toy.

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2013/05/06
00:39 UTC

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Trained mice.

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2012/12/26
19:30 UTC

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"On 23 occasions over the past several years, wild dolphins were observed giving gifts to humans at the Tangalooma Island Resort in Australia."

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2012/12/27
23:49 UTC

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Crows reason about hidden humans (+ link to AMA with the scientist in video in comments)

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2012/09/21
18:35 UTC

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Clever Bird Goes Fishing

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2012/08/25
13:20 UTC

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Monkeys goofing around

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2012/07/16
02:35 UTC

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Tool-making Crow (making a crowbar)

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2012/06/23
14:17 UTC

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