Maxine rides around New York in her owner Bryan’s backpack (Picture: Bryan Reisberg / SWNS.COM).Proof that any dog can learn new tricks (Picture: @aircorg / SWNS.COM).Grumpy Dog. Chico’s underbite makes him look like a very angry boy (Picture: Kennedy News and Media).
It’s thought Pepo was a victim of abuse (Picture: Kennedy News and Media)Pepo the rescue dog spent months getting rejected by potential adopters because his underbite, wonky nose, and out-turned feet left him looking like an ‘evil Minion’.
Chico may look grouchy, but he’s really a happy and loving dog (Picture: Kennedy News and Media)Meet Chico, the dog whose crooked underbite makes him look like he’s constantly ‘fed up with life’.
Picture: ThinkstockSource:ThinkStock“I believe the absolute number of neurons an animal has, especially in the cerebral cortex, determines the richness of their internal mental state and their ability to predict what is about to happen in their environment based on past experience,” neuroscientist Suzana Herculano-Houzel from Vanderbilt University says.Dogs had the most neurons of any carnivore — even though they didn’t have the biggest brains.