Find my self fascinated by animals sometimes. How would it feel like to not have a very complex vocal language and senses much different from a human. Would I see color or black and white? Do I label colors internally and enjoy certain colors or only label shades of colors (black and white)?
Taste of food and water, would it be the same experience as a human? Would a bear show the same expression a human would when tasting something sour?
Clearly a bear doesn't know the experience of a human and doesn't wonder what it would be like to be a Human. At least I don't think so. I'd like to think that putting a bear's memory into a human would somehow transfer the experience, but I don't think that would work at all. Problem being that I do not believe memory is directly transferable since it would require the same senses in order to recall/experience the memory the same way. I don't think a bear's body would recall or experience a human's memory the same way. It might be incompatible to the point that it causes distress. Same with the other way around. The way a human opens their mouth would not be the same as the way a bear would given the complexity of muscles used.
Same goes for other animals.
How'd the bears learn not ot bite the hands of a human anyway?!
Think it is pretty clear bears are intelligent. Just a different development. Now only if they could agree on how to communicate. Maybe they'd be scientists too!