Top 10 Dumbest Animals in the World

1. Panda Bear : One of the world’s rarest bear species is the giant panda. Ailuropoda melanoleuca, often known as the panda bear or simply the panda.

2. Turkey : Industrial farming has made domestic turkeys affordable because of the amount of flesh they produce, making them a popular form of fowl in temperate regions around the world.

3. Jerboa : This family of desert rats, Dipodidae, is found throughout North Africa and Asia. Most of their habitat is in dry, scorching deserts.  When pursued, Jerboas can run up to 15mph (24 km/h). A small owl (Athene noctua) feeds on some Central Asian species.

4. Ostrich : Ostriches are one of the largest, flightless birds in the world today. Other birds that cannot fly are emus and kiwis. Ostriches are typically found in Africa, roaming in flocks of up to 50 birds. Ostriches can weigh up to 320 lb (145kg). Its tiny wings and sheer weight make flying impossible.

5. Sloths : Sloths are part of the Folivora suborder, a forest-dwelling group of Neotropical arboreal xenarthran. In the tropical jungles of South and Central America, these slow-moving creatures spend much of their time hanging upside down from the branches.

6. Koala : The Koala, or sometimes incorrectly called a koala bear, is a forest-dwelling, plant-eating mammal native to Australia. Koalas were misidentified as bears or monkeys by early European immigrants in Australia.

7. Kakapo : Huge, flightless, nocturnal, and ground-dwelling, the Kakapo (Strigops habroptilus) is an indigenous New Zealand parrot of the Strigopoidea superfamily.

8. Cane toad : Cane toads, Bufo marinus (Rhinella marina), have a poor reputation in Australia because they are strong, heavy-built amphibians. These toads are an invasive species in Australia, decimating the country’s fragile ecosystems and unique biodiversity in the process. Toads are as dumb as they can be, and cane toads are no exception.

9. Slow loris : Nycticebus, the nocturnal strepsirrhine monkey genus that includes the Slow Lorises, is home to various species of Slow Lorises. From Bangladesh and Northeast India in the west to the Sulu Archipelago in the east, and from Yunnan Province in China in the north to Java in the south, they can be found all over Southeast Asia and its neighbouring regions.

10. Flamingo : Wading birds in the family Phoenicopteridae, includes Flamingos. There are four species of Flamingo in North America (including the Caribbean), as well as two species endemic to the continents of Africa and Asia, the greater and lesser Flamingos. Something is endearing about Flamingos.