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Animal IQ: Elephants--Do Giant Brains Mean More Smarts?

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African elephants are known to recognize groups of humans, test electric fences with their tusks to avoid injury, and remember paths to resources passed down to them decades earlier. But, can elephants cooperate to solve a puzzle? How good are they at understanding themselves and their place in the savannah? What does an elephant really know? Part of the "Animal IQ" series. Please note this title contains blurred images of poached elephants.

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