Experiments reveal fishes are getting extremely intelligent – will they replace humans as Intelligent beings on the earth?
Staff Reporter
Mar. 10, 2005

A recent experiment with fishes revealed that fishes are extremely intelligent. Some metamorphic changes are taking place that points to the fact that the dolphins, sharks and whales are almost competing with human intelligence in recent days.

According to a group of remote viewers, dominating beings on the earth are changed every few million years. The humans through the trail of the mammals are the dominating intelligent beings on the earth. It is possible that a catastrophic even can eliminate all the mammals. Only some under water beings will survive. That will provide a cycle of evolution of intelligent “Aquatic beings” that can dominate the world for many years.

Some surprising facts about fishes have come out in recent publications including Sunday Telegraph, UK on October 3, 2004

  • A recent issue of Fish and Fisheries, devoted to learning, cited more than 500 research papers on fish intelligence, proving that fish are smart, that they can use tools, and that they have impressive long-term memories and sophisticated social structures. The introductory chapter said that fish are "steeped in social intelligence, pursuing Machiavellian strategies of manipulation, punishment and reconciliation … exhibiting stable cultural traditions and cooperating to inspect predators and catch food."
  • Culum Brown, a University of Edinburgh biologist who is studying the evolution of cognition in fish, says, "Fish are more intelligent than they appear. In many areas, such as memory, their cognitive powers match or exceed those of ''higher'' vertebrates, including non-human primates." Their long-term memories help fish keep track of complex social relationships. Their spatial memory—"equal in all respects to any other vertebrate"—allows them to create cognitive maps that guide them through their watery homes, using cues such as polarized light, sounds, smells, and visual landmarks.
  • Dr. Phil Gee, a psychologist from the University of Plymouth, says that fish can tell what time of day it is, and he trained fish to collect food by pressing a lever at specific times. He says "fish have a memory span of at least three months," and they "are probably able to adapt to changes in their circumstances, like any other small animals and birds."
  • "We''re now finding that [fish] are very capable of learning and remembering, and possess a range of cognitive skills that would surprise many people." —Dr. Theresa Burt de Perera, Oxford University
  • "Australian crimson spotted rainbowfish, which learnt to escape from a net in their tank, remembered how they did it 11 months later. This is equivalent to a human recalling a lesson learnt 40 years ago."

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