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Is it possible to love animals more than your fellow human beings?

This question has been going through my mind of late.  Case in point:  I regularly listen to the news and am absolutely appalled to hear of…

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Humans and gorillas share genetic similarities

Humans and gorillas share genetic similarities Humans are a lot closer to gorillas than appearances would suggest, scientists   have found.…

Started by Hope

0 Aug 16, 2012

The dark side of elephants???

I am currently rewatching a NATGEO program about Indian elephants (2005) that shows elephants attacking people and raiding crops in large g…

Started by Deborah Moreno

2 Apr 29, 2012
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Is it possible to love animals more than your fellow human beings?

This question has been going through my mind of late.  Case in point:  I regularly listen to the news and am absolutely appalled to hear of…

Started by Matty Pic

29 Mar 29, 2011
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Sea Shepherd’s Paul Watson on Indigenous Whale Hunting

2 Sep, 2010 Earth Island Journal Paul Watson doesn’t care what you think. The captain of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has been…

Started by Sydni Moser

11 Mar 12, 2011
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The Arabian oryx conservation programme in the KSA

The Arabian oryx conservation programme in the KSA          The source > conservation programme for Arabian oryx > http://www.arabia

Started by Hope

1 Feb 14, 2011
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Interspecies Love

February 5, 2011 Why Evolution is True   The huge publicity about the evidence for mating between “modern” Homo sapiens and Neandertals sho…

Started by Sydni Moser

3 Feb 5, 2011
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: Dolphin stays for three days with mate wounded in shark attack - before escorting it to humans for help

By Richard Shears Last updated at 8:57 AM on 18th February 2009 A dolphin badly injured in a shark attack has been escorted by a mate into…

Started by Sydni Moser

3 Feb 5, 2011
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Do Chimpanzees Mourn Their Dead Infants?

Chimpanzee mothers' behaviour at her dead infant.   ScienceDaily (Feb. 2, 2011) — For the first time, researchers of the Max Planck I…

Started by Sydni Moser

2 Feb 5, 2011
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Cute But Dangerous Animals (PHOTOS)

The Huffington Post Alden Wicker Posted: 12- 4-10 As much as we would like to think the whole world is our playground, many animals sim…

Started by Sydni Moser

1 Dec 11, 2010
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Gratitude: Uniquely Human or Shared with Animals?

Posted on: December 1, 2010 by Jason G. Goldman "Two chimps had been shut out of their shelter by mistake during a cold rain storm. Th…

Started by Sydni Moser

0 Dec 3, 2010

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