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After millions of years of evolution and hundreds of academic hours of study, the verdict is in: dogs are smarter than cats.

Researchers at the University of Oxford in England have released a report in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences journal stating that highly social animals need more brain power than solitary species. Since the phrases “followed me like a puppy dog” and “as hard as herding cats” have become cliché, it follows that dogs’ brains are bigger relative to their size, according to a University of Oxford press release.

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