Scientists claim that they teach fish basic math skills

I’m sure your kindergarten teacher employed a combination of blocks, M&Ms...

and possibly blueberry-scented stickers to instill the value of mathematics in your developing mind.

The idea was to pave the way for a future in which you could freely add, subtract, and multiply.....

in preparation for an age filled with Excel spreadsheets and taxes, of course.

Scientists recently subjected a few underwater animals – cichlids and stingrays – to a similar test,

and to their astonishment, the fish passed with flying colors.

In a paper published Thursday in the journal Scientific Reports, the research team says these animals exhibited the ability to learn basic math....

and even use this knowledge to solve little logic puzzles they were given.

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