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61. Chinese Animal Protection Network (CAPN)
against dog eating and cat eating,campaign against animal hoarding, campaign against massive dogs/cats killing for population control, academic research of animal ethics, awareness campaign of lab animal protection and the promotion of
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62. Study Corner - Chimp Calls | the Jane Goodall Institute
humans, chimpanzees communicate in many ways. They can communicate a message in the way they hold their bodies or reach out to each other. They can communicate in the faces they make, and in how they touch each other. And, of course they
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63. Hunting foxes and catching mice | Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics
or encouragement. What the cat does is due to an innate behaviour that under different circumstances is necessary for the cat to survive, whereas foxhunters have no such excuse. Scruton continues that: ‘To my mind this [not opposing cat
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64. The Internet Classics Archive | The History of Herodotus by Herodotus
from Elephantine and the Cataracts to Cercasorus, into two parts, each belonging to a different portion of the world, one to Asia, the other to Libya; since the Nile divides Egypt in two from the Cataracts to the sea, running as far as
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