4 Rats : Rats have displayed interesting social behaviour and intelligence. Rats will look out for each other. When rats are presented with two options, one is freeing another rat from his cage, and another is having some food, many rats will first free the other rat, and then share the food between themselves. 100%…Details
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5 Squirrels : Squirrels are some of the most creative and smartest animals. They can come up with lots of creative ways to solve problems, especially when it comes to hiding and collecting food. Squirrels have exceptional memories, and have worked out that burying their food is the best way to keep it safe. Squirrels…Details
6 Elephants : Elephants are among the smartest animals and have displayed interesting and unique behaviour. Elephants have the ability to recognise themselves in a mirror something few animals can do. They have als been observed to use tools. They can create their own tools from things around them, for instance one elephant was observed…Details
4 Galileo Galilei : Galileo was a famous astronomer who lived from 1564 – 1642. Galieo’s inventions were revolutionary, but some of the theories he discovered because of him, put him in hot water with the church. He disproved much of what Aristotle taught, and the church believed that what he believed went against the…Details
5 Aristotle : Aristotle was a Greek scientist and philosopher, he was taught by Plato, and then went on to tutor Alexander the Great. Aristotle believed in Platonism for much of his life, but eventually started to follow empiricism instead. He believed all human, knowledge, and concepts was based on perception. He is the first…Details
6 Archimedes : Archimedes was born on 287 BC, in Syracuse, Greece. He was a mathematician, Physicist, engineer, inventor, and astronomer. Unfortunately most of his work was burned in the museum of Alexandria, and only a small amount survived, but what did survive lead towards many great advances in science and technology. Archimedes was one…Details
1. Great Apes : Great Apes are by far the smartest animals on earth, they include both our cousins, the chimpanzees but also humans. Chimpanzees are closely related to humans, and we even share 98% of the same genes. Chimpanzees have been observed making and using their own tools, they can also be taught how…Details
2. Pigs : When it comes to domesticated animals pigs may be the smartest animals known. A experiment conducted the 1990’s first discovered signs of their intelligence. Pigs were trained to move a cursor on a screen using their snouts, and used the cursor to differentiate between symbols they recognised and ones they had seen…Details
3 Octopus : Octopuses are incredibly intelligent, and one of the smartest invertebrates in the world. Octopuses have displayed the ability to use both short and long term memory. Many aspects of their intelligence and behaviour is still a mystery to biologists, and it’s not certain how much influence their intelligence has on their behaviour.…Details
1 Isaac Newton : Isaac Newton is one of the most famous scientists of all time, and considered by many to be the greatest scientists to ever live. He contributed massively to the fields of maths, optics, and mechanics. Newton is the man who discovered gravity, after he witnessed an apple falling from a tree.…Details
2 Marie Curie : Marie Curie is one of the most respected female scientists of all time. She was the first women to win a Nobel Prize, the first person to win a Nobel prize more than once, and the first women to become a professor at the University of Paris. She developed the theory…Details
3 Michael Faraday : Faraday is unique among the world’s greatest scientists, because he mainly taught himself. When he was 14 he became the apprentice of a book binder. While binding books, he would spend his spare time reading on a variety of different topics. After going to four lectures given by a scientist called…Details
7. Adolf Hitler 1889–1945 : We have covered Hitler many times on Listverse, but rarely from a somewhat historiometric perspective. We all know that he remains the primary cause of WWII. He instigated it to suit two profound desires: to become the most powerful person on Earth, preferably in history, if not to rule the…Details
8. William Shakespeare 1564–1616 : The man with the lion’s share of the percentage of votes for greatest writer in English or any language in human history is sure to be the source for quite a few words and phrases now common in his native language. A good 50% of common English phrases come from…Details
9 Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci 1452–1519 : Google searches can be inaccurate, which is why they are only half the criteria for judgment. If you search “leonardo,” you’ll get a lot of pages about ninja turtles and people who drowned on Titanic. But if you type da Vinci’s full name, you’ll quickly see…Details
7 Japanese : This East Asian language is the national language of Japan and is spoken by more than 125 million people around the world. A member of the Japonic language family, it’s considered among the most difficult languages in the world because of its close relationship to Chinese. It also has a complex system…Details
8 Gaelic : Also known as Scottish Gaelic, this language is a Celtic language that is spoken by the natives of Scotland. It’s a member of the Goidelic branch and was developed out of the Middle Irish Language, just like Manx and Modern Irish.
9 Hungarian : The official language of Hungary, this language is a European Union language that is spoken by the communities of Hungary. It’s also spoken in Slovakia, Ukraine, Serbia, and Romania. It belongs to the Uralic language family and has mutually intelligible dialects.