Sioux Falls Zoologists

"Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent!"

The mirror test is an experiment developed in 1970 by psychologist Gordon Gallup Jr. to determine whether an animal possesses the ability to recognize itself in a mirror. It is the primary indicator of self-awareness in non-human animals and marks entrance to the mirror stage by human children in developmental psychology. Animals that pass the mirror test are: Humans older than 18 mo, Chimpanzees, Bonobos, Orangutans, Gorillas, Bottlenose Dolphins, Orcas (Killer Whales), Elephants, and European Magpies. Others showing signs of self-awareness are Pigs, some Gibbons, Rhesus Macaques, Capuchin Monkeys, some Corvids (Crows & Ravens) and Pigeons w/training. (Sorry Kitty!)

Sioux Falls Zoologists endorse Spy In The Wild for showing us
that animals are amazingly similar to us with complex
emotions and complex social relationships.

Spy In The Wild
See The World Through Their Eyes

Spy In The Wild (2017) - 100 minutes
Spy In The Wild at Amazon.com

We might think that we're unique in the animal kingdom, but animals are more like us than we could ever imagine! Animals have similar emotions, complex relationships, and a human-like capacity for love, grief, deception and invention. Robotic spy creatures give an insider's look into some of the most captivating animal behavior ever seen!

Bonus Feature: Snow Chick

This enchanting film follows the adventures of one charismatic emperor penguin from the time he emerges from the egg to the moment he leaves for the sea in one of the coldest places on Earth - the Antarctic.

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Spy In The Wild
See The World Through Their Eyes

Sioux Falls Zoologists endorse Spy In The Wild for showing us
that animals are amazingly similar to us with complex
emotions and complex social relationships.