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Marc Bekoff
interested in animal emotions, moral behavior, animal protection, and compassionate conservation -
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Swifts are in tragic decline. There should be a march on Westminster
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Marc Bekoff Jun 17
Animals Feel Pain Because Something Hurts and their pain means as much to them as ours does to us, and we must take what they're telling us very seriously ...
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Marc Bekoff Jun 17
An interview about Canine Confidential and other very interesting topics -- Animals Today Radio (my interview is at 23:50)
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Marc Bekoff Jun 17
Summer School in Animal Cognition - The other minds problem: animal sentience and cognition A fascinating gathering ...
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Marc Bekoff Jun 17
Animals Feel Pain Because Something Hurts Feeling pain alerts an individual about something harmful. If these feelings also tell others something is amiss, this is coincidental, not the primary reason pain has evolved.
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Marc Bekoff Jun 16
Can dogs make and use tools? Yes, they can ...
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Marc Bekoff Jun 16
The Train for Rewards Blog Party is Now Live!
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Marc Bekoff Jun 16
The influence of human disturbance on wildlife nocturnally
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Marc Bekoff Jun 16
Little by little, domestic violence shelters become pet-friendly
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Marc Bekoff Jun 16
Homeless people on their pets: 'She saved me as much as I saved her'
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Marc Bekoff Jun 16
After More Than 150 Years, Montreal Bans Horse-Drawn Carriages; New By-Law To Be Enacted On December 31, 2019
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Marc Bekoff Jun 16
Where Female Elephants Without Tusks Roam — and Poachers Stay Away
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Marc Bekoff Jun 15
What turns bees into killer bees?
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Marc Bekoff Jun 15
Animal pain is about communication, not just feeling This is absolutely not so: If pain has evolved to be communicative, you’d expect social animals to show pain more than solitary ones, because they have someone to communicate with.
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Marc Bekoff Jun 15
Plant-Based Dogs
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Marc Bekoff Jun 15
Can We Rewild Nature without Rewilding Ourselves? Greg Costello
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Marc Bekoff Jun 15
Can Dogs Make and Use Tools? There are few observations of dogs making tools, but it does happen.
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Marc Bekoff Jun 15
Virunga National Park Sees Its Worst Violence in a Decade, Director Says
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Marc Bekoff Jun 14
Climate Change May Spark Global ‘Fish Wars’
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