Upon the facts as now established the knowledge of numbers seems to be the basis of any educability in animals.
This illustration may be applied to the entire range of the educability of any individual.
We give the account of this remarkable instance of educability as it appears in a French newspaper.
The child exhibits less rapid variations, intellectual and emotional, while its educability is greater.
The brains are large, and the intelligence and educability extraordinarily high.
So much, then, as to the senses of spiders; but what about their educability—their power of learning from experience?
This educability of the young has rarely if ever been questioned in actual practice.
It is true that in this department, as in247 others, there is much diversity of opinion regarding the limits of educability.