Season 1, Episode 1

Betty White's Smartest Animals in America

Betty White is on a mission to prove that animals are a lot smarter than we ever realised. From the biggest brains to the bird brains, singing swingers to furry psychos. America's comedy sweet heart is going to show you animal intelligence in a way you've never seen it before.
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Betty White with Primo the Dolphin

Betty White interacts with dolphins at The University of Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz, CA, as seen on Scripps Network's "Betty White’s Amazing Animals" on June 13, 2014.

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Micro-Mini and Teacup "Pixie" Piglets Sleeping

Unlike dogs, pigs recognize themselves in the mirror. At just 10 weeks old, pigs can identify the reflection of a bowl of food, and then navigate around an obstacle to reach the food.

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Betty White Meets Bengal Tiger at Safari Park

The tiger is one of Betty's all-time favorite animals. She visited and helped feed a Bengal tiger at the San Diego Safari Park.

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Betty White Feeds White Rhino

Big or small, furry, scaly or smooth, Betty loves all kinds of animals and their hidden talents.

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Beverly Hills Teacup Pig Sir Francis Bacon

Betty met teacup pig Sir Francis Bacon in Beverly Hills.

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Pair of Siamang Gibbon Apes

Siamang Monkeys engage in a Mating song during filming of GAC's series Betty White's Smartest Animals in America at the San Diego Zoo on Tuesday, June 10, 2014 in San Diego, California, USA.

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John W. Pilley, Jr., With Chaser the Border Collie

When Betty introduced a male doll named Robert, Chaser promptly selected it among other toys when her owner asked her to get "Robert."

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Betty White and Primo the Dolphin

Betty White interacts with dolphins at The University of Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz, CA, as seen on Scripps Network's "Betty White’s Amazing Animals" on June 13, 2014.

Photo By: Brian L. Frank/Getty Images ©2014, Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Benzy the Honey Badger at San Diego Safari Park

Kim Caldwell, Animal Trainer, walks with a honey badger during filming of GAC's series Betty White's Smartest Animals in America at the San Diego Safari Park on June 9, 2014 in Escondido, Calif.

Photo By: Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images ©2014, Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Betty White With Pixie Pigs and Breeder

With a little prompting, the tiger stood on her hind legs so the keepers could collect blood samples and trim her nails.

Photo By: Stephanie Diani / Getty Images ©2014, Scripps NetworksInteractive, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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