I've accumulated several items on animal behaviors in my list of potential post subjects, and have decided to simply pass them on to allow animal curious MindBlog readers to have a look.
Farad Manjoo notes that ants, not humans, own the world.
Not only land animals like humans toss objects at irritating neighbors, octopuses who gather at feeding sites with abundant food and competition for it sometimes throw silt at each other.
Crows understand the concept of recursion as well as children, and better than macaque monkeys.
Wild Chimpanzees display declarative referential gesturing.