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41. Health and welfare - Our horses - All about animals
tack can cause injury and pain, as can poor riding technique or riding by people too heavy for the horse. Back pain is common in horses and can cause bucking and rearing. Whips, spurs, severe bits and other 'training aids' can inflict
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42. Health and welfare - Our horses - All about animals
tack can cause injury and pain, as can poor riding technique or riding by people too heavy for the horse. Back pain is common in horses and can cause bucking and rearing. Whips, spurs, severe bits and other 'training aids' can inflict
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43. Animal Studies Bibliography | Animal Studies at Michigan State University
the Anatomy of Expression in Painting. London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme. Bennison, Rod. 2002. Ecological inclusion and non-human animals in the Islamic tradition. Society and Animals 10(4): 459-460. Benston, Kimberly W. 2009.
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44. Chimps in Captivity: The Great Ape Protection Act Fact Sheet | the Jane Good...
Do animals feel pain? It has been demonstrated that many animals do feel physical and emotional pain. Chimpanzees, our closest primate cousins, are highly intelligent and social animals, and, as such, are especially sensitive to
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45. Chimps in Captivity: The Great Ape Protection Act Fact Sheet | the Jane Good...
Do animals feel pain? It has been demonstrated that many animals do feel physical and emotional pain. Chimpanzees, our closest primate cousins, are highly intelligent and social animals, and, as such, are especially sensitive to
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46. New Scientific Discoveries of Fish Raise Looming Ethical Questions
unable to detect signs of pain in a farm animal or fish and therefore concluding that no such pain, fear or suffering exists. But the scientific study of animals is proving more and more that animals have far greater cognitive ability than we
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47. Where Do You Draw the Line with Humane Food Choices?
ability to, not only feel pain, but also be conscious of that pain and, therefore, should be considered sentient beings like other mammals and birds. It seems that the more research is done, the more this research shows how grossly we have
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