I tried to take the cephalopod intelligence test.
James Wood, a teuthologist (cephalopod scientist), imagined creating an intelligence test for humans, by an octopus:
“So the octopus thinks: ‘All right. I’m going to make an intelligence test for humans, because they show a little bit of promise, in a very few ways.’ And the first question the octopus comes up with is this: How many color patterns can your severed arm produce in one second?”
Turns out humans only get two tries, and now I have to type this out with my tongue. Awkward.