Naturalistic Intelligence

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Naturalistic Intelligence is “The ability to make consequential distinctions in the world of nature as, for example, between one plant and another, or one cloud formation and another (e.g. taxonomist). (Sometimes called nature intelligence.)”1

See Multiple Intelligences

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  1. http://multipleintelligencesoasis.org/about/the-components-of-mi/
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