No. Anthropomorphic descriptions of animal behavior do NOT imply that animals can form human concepts
like "cause" and "effect" even if we
find it useful to talk in those terms. That experiment lacks a control situation of a say, a neutral object such as a a box entering and leaving the hide, with a machine moving the stick.
What I mean by 2 is obvious to anybody who has read up on Hume, or on the status of "causality" in physics. Which brings me to a general point that I have seen little evidence of value in your belated/one liner contributions to these philosophy threads relative to the level of the previous contributors. I have therefore put you on "ignore" but will review the situation from time to time.