11-year old chimp Ayumu was given a series of short-term memory tests and was able to solve each of them in less than a second one right after another... The test is to memorize the numbers 1-9 in less than a second. Then after the mixed-up numbers are covered, Ayumu has to touch each one in numerical order. I tried to do it as well and didn't even come close. Well Done Dude...
So how does he do it exactly? Scientists aren't entirely shire but there area a couple theories. The first is something called "eidetic imagery" which, in poor latent terms, means Ayumu is able to commit to memory a complete picture of intricate pattern or scene.No matter how Ayumu accomplishes these puzzles... watching this super-chimp at work is truly amazing...!!
I Dare You To Try The Puzzle Along With Ayumu