Well, it's difficult to say! It depends also much
of the density of neurons in their brain, but, looking at the fossile skulls,
this is impossible to see!
I think other members will have much more to tell
I'd suggest you to check the archives of the list
(May'01) about "dromaeosaurid intelligence". There has been a long and
interesting discussion about it.
Luc J. "Aspidel" BAILLY.
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Sent: Friday, June 15, 2001 10:06
Subject: Dinosaur intelligence
What do the scientists mean when they say that
one animal species is more intelligent than another? The brain mass
compared to the body mass seems to be important in those theories. Does a
mouse have a larger brain compared to its body mass than an elephant? And
if so, is the mouse more intelligent than the elephant? Does this have
relevance for dinosaurs as well? Did nerve signals travel with the same speed
in dinosaurs as in mammals or birds?