The BBC has a new program called Super Smart Animals. In their first episode they showed Ayumu, a chimpanzee that can memorize the location of a random sequence of numbers in less time than it takes a human to blink: sixty milliseconds.
This is Ayumu, he's an 11-year-old chimpanzee who lives and trains at Kyoto University's Primate Research Institute. In his time there, Ayumu has come to excel at an incredibly difficult — albeit very straightforward — memorization game. If you challenge him to this game, you will lose.