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Elephants brain react to humans

Elephant Retirement Park (Chiang Mai, Thailand)

Elephants brain react to humans

Elephants brain react to humans the same way that humans brain react to puppies. So basically they think that humans are cute, they would love you.

Elephants have arguably one of the most intelligent brains in the animal kingdom. On average, an Elephant's brain is three times larger than a human's brain and has more neurons than humans do — 257 million fibers to humans' mere 86 million.

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