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Intelligences animales : cervelle d'oiseaux et mémoire d'éléphants

Cultural ,  Lecture at Saint-Malo
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  • As part of the Espace des Sciences Thursdays - Duration, approximately 2 hours

    With Emmanuelle Pouydebat, Research Director at the CNRS and the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle in Paris, CNRS silver medal.

    Intelligence is common to all animals. Whether you have feathers, hands, a trunk, tentacles, scales, fur, a skeleton or not, it makes it possible to respond to the constraints of the environment and the context. Plural, we find it in a multitude of behaviors such as the use of tools,...
    As part of the Espace des Sciences Thursdays - Duration, approximately 2 hours

    With Emmanuelle Pouydebat, Research Director at the CNRS and the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle in Paris, CNRS silver medal.

    Intelligence is common to all animals. Whether you have feathers, hands, a trunk, tentacles, scales, fur, a skeleton or not, it makes it possible to respond to the constraints of the environment and the context. Plural, we find it in a multitude of behaviors such as the use of tools, navigation, memory, cooperation, innovation, cheating, empathy ... Humans are far from being a top species of an imaginary pyramid of intelligence. Stop preconceived ideas!

    Dedications at the end of the conference

    Reservations recommended on 02 99 81 62 61, kept until 8.15 p.m. on the day of the conference.
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  • On April 8, 2021 at 8:30 PM
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