In Section, there was an example in La Fontaine's Address to Madame de La Sablière about the beavers being far more intelligent then humans could comprehend. I was interested in this, especially when it talked about the beavers building their dams, and stumbled upon this video. I found it fascinating. Beavers have a wide range of capabilities and are quite underestimated. I would say they are practically engineers with the construction they did with the dam. This correlates back to section, and I think there is no doubt La Fontaine was correct about animal intelligence. To be able to create and manipulate nature to your own accord requires an intelligence of a greater level. To say that these actions are innate would a great insult for their capabilities, which some humans may not even be capable of.