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Marc Bekoff 5h
Beyond Humans: Dog Utopia or Dog Dystopia? -- Jessica Pierce Please also see: How Will Dogs Reshape Nature Without Humans to Control Them? As Dogs Go Wild in a World Without Us, How Might They Cope?
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Marc Bekoff 7h
Revealed: US moves to keep endangered species discussions secret In a confidential document obtained by the Guardian, Trump officials say releasing records could have a ‘chilling effect’ on their deliberations
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Marc Bekoff 9h
Our companions are counting on us to be for them in all situations, to let them go and not to let their lives deteriorate into base, undignified humiliation while we ponder our own needs in lieu of theirs. We are obliged to do so. We can do no less.
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Marc Bekoff 9h
What dogs' ears tell dogs' brains: What do words mean to them? "We wanted to get data from the dogs themselves — not just owner reports.'" Awake fMRI Reveals How Dogs' Brains Process Novel Words
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Marc Bekoff 9h
Scientists Catch Rare Glimpses of the Endangered Laquita
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Marc Bekoff 18h
Saying Goodbye To a Canine Friend With Respect and Love Even in death animals offer many lessons about life, respect, dignity, and love. It's surely difficult to let them go, but there comes at time when it's the right thing to do.
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Marc Bekoff 20h
Awake fMRI Reveals How Dogs' Brains Process Novel Words Neuroimaging probing the neural basis for auditory discrimination shows dogs differentially process "oddball" pseudowords and trained words in the parietotemporal cortex.
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Marc Bekoff 24h
Letting nature take its course: Wolves in Yellowstone National Park
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Marc Bekoff Oct 17
A Short Petting Session Improves Wellbeing in Shelter Dogs Very important!! Please also see: The Power and Importance of Social Play For Sheltered Dogs
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Marc Bekoff Oct 17
How Will Dogs Reshape Nature Without Humans to Control Them? Just as humans, a pervasive-some say the most-invasive species, have had enormous global effects on all sorts of ecosystems, so too will dogs gone wild, and they exist because of us.
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Marc Bekoff Oct 17
City Rats Eat Meat. Country Rats Eat What They Can
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Marc Bekoff Oct 17
Rescuing Sea Turtles From Fishermen’s Nets
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Marc Bekoff Oct 17
Researchers develop new method to address deep-seated biases in science, starting with birds
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Marc Bekoff Oct 17
A long walk: New insight into history of dogs and humans
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Marc Bekoff Oct 16
More on the welfare of snakes ... Please also see: Snake Welfare: They Need to Straighten Bodies, Science Says
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Marc Bekoff Oct 16
A Postzoo Future: Why Welfare Fails Animals in Zoos-Jessica Pierce and Marc Bekoff Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science Volume 21, 2018 - Issue sup1: Zoos and Aquariums as Welfare Centres: Ethical Dimensions and Global ...
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Marc Bekoff Oct 16
Idaho Fish and Game Commissioner Resigns Amid Criticism Over African Hunting Photos
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Marc Bekoff Oct 16
Mary Midgley, 99, Moral Philosopher for the General Reader, Is Dead "In a long career as a published philosopher, Dr. Midgley addressed a great number of subjects. Evolution, the importance of animals, the role of science in society, cognitive science..."
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Marc Bekoff Oct 16
Mammals cannot evolve fast enough to escape current extinction crisis
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Marc Bekoff Oct 15
Speaking of Science ‘Hyperalarming’ study shows massive insect loss
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