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11. How to Do Animal Rights - Consciousness
invertebrates (the common octopus, octopus vulgaris is an unusual exception). The extent to which animals experience secondary consciousness, if at all, is the really big mystery. Functions of Consciousness We do not need
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12. WWF - Marine park bolsters community facing climate change
the closure period for octopus fishing from three to four months. "WWF told us about octopus marine reserves in the southwest, where people earn more money these days because the octopus population is stronger if you give them time to
http://wwf.panda.org/about_our_earth/aboutcc/search_climate_news_resources/?199872/madagascar-nosy-hara-mpa - 54.8kb

13. WWF - Marine park bolsters community facing climate change
the closure period for octopus fishing from three to four months. "WWF told us about octopus marine reserves in the southwest, where people earn more money these days because the octopus population is stronger if you give them time to
http://wwf.panda.org/who_we_are/wwf_offices/madagascar/?199906/madagascar-nosy-hara-mpa - 50.3kb
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14. Transcript of Tim Gier's ARZone Guest Chat - Animal Rights Zone
fisherman as he killed an octopus. The octopus has the same right to live as the dolphin, after all.   The problem with so-called “single-issue campaigns” is when those campaigns are high-profile public events that do not serve to raise
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15. Ethical Guidelines
of the phylum Mollusca (e.g. octopus, squid) and some members of the phylum Arthropoda (crab, lobster, crayfish). Higher-order animals are also considered to include mammalian foetuses during the last half of pregnancy, un-hatched young of the
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16. ANIMAL PEOPLE I Books March 2006
discussed studies of octopus personality done at the Seattle Aquarium since 1991 by staff scientist Roland Anderson and University of Lethbridge psychologist Jennifer Mather. “Anderson and Mather’s 1993 paper in the
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17. ANIMAL PEOPLE I MARCH 2010
Morris with Steve Parker Octopus Publishing Group (2-4 Heron Quays, London E14 4JP, U.K.), 2009. 288 pages, hardcover. $ 49.95. The DNA of the great apes and humans differs by only a hair. Desmond Morris and Steve Parker in
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18. 59 Billion Land and Sea Animals Killed for Food in the US in 2009
“Appendix D: Octopus Complex”, NPFMC Gulf of Alaska SAFE, p.452, http://www.afsc.noaa.gov/refm/docs/2006/GOAocto.pdf “According to the Alaska Seafood Institute, snow crab meat yield is 38 percent of meat-in-shell
http://freefromharm.org/farm-animal-welfare/59-billion-land-and-sea-animals-killed-for-food-in-the-us-in-2009/ - 65.9kb

19. Hawaiian monk seal | IFAW Web Site
cephalopods (including octopus and squid), and crustaceans (including lobster). Hawaiian monk seals may live to be 20 – 25 years old.Due to a number of factors including space, food availability, and, possibly, ambient air
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20. Mediterranean Monk Seal | IFAW Web Site
waters for fish and octopus. Individuals may live for 20 - 30 years in the wild.Today only about 300 to 500 individuals remain. Back to Top Status of the Species Status Listed as
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