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MessageSujet: Animals philosophy   Mer 24 Juil - 9:27

October 07, 2009

So you say you LOVE animals? Did you know they are tortured and die for YOU? If you use household products and toiletries, as most of us do, then you need to know how these products are tested! And we aren't just talking about mice here! Do you smoke? Do you take medications? Do you use cosmetics

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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Mer 24 Juil - 10:02

may 6 2011


May Is "Responsible Animal Guardian Month"

In May of 2003, IDA created “Responsible Animal Guardian Month,” to inspire and encourage people who care about animals to get more involved locally, to make the world a better place for the animals whose love and loyalty provide us such joy and comfort.
This month, commit to making a difference for animals in your community. During May, please consider spending some time each week helping animals. Click here to read more, including things you can do to help animals. And click here if you'd like to donate to our Guardian Campaign.
Victory For Birds At Heart Of The City Farmers' Market, San Francisco
On May 1, Heart of the City Farmers’ Market in San Francisco, California announced that live bird sales will be banned starting May 27. This is a huge victory!
For over two years, activists led by LGBT Compassion have provided documentation that these live bird vendors were responsible for numerous violations of local, state and federal laws including several health code violations and close to 800 animal cruelty violations.
Every year, this ban will protect over 100,000 chickens, quail, and other small birds from the miserable and terrifying experience of being overcrowded in small cages, transported in extreme weather, shoved upside down into a paper bag, and butchered in backyards and kitchens in San Francisco. Click here to read more and to see IDA's Hope Bohanec being interviewed by ABC News.
Ask Dr. Wilson - Your Vegan Health Questions Answered
Dr. Holly Wilson, a board certified Emergency Medicine physician in South Florida, is available to answer your vegan health questions right here in IDA eNews! Are you thinking about going vegan or new to veganism? Are you curious about a particular vitamin, nutrient, or food? Do you want to get the most nutrition from your plant-based diet? Long-time vegan Dr. Wilson can answer your questions.
Click here to read this month’s question, chosen as an extension of our April discussion about soy. Many of you had questions about soy, so Dr. Wilson clarifies and continues the dialogue. Ask Dr. Wilsonis a monthly feature in IDA’s eNews, so submit your vegan health questions.
International Day Of Action For Elephants In Zoos - Call For Organizers
Are you ready to take action for elephants? IDA’s third Annual International Day of Action for Elephants in Zoos (IDAEZ) is Saturday, June 11, 2011.
IDAEZ is a global event designed to bring mammoth attention to the plight of elephants in zoos and to end their suffering. On June 11, pro-elephant advocates will turn out en masse at their local zoos, holding outreach events and demos to educate the public about the tragic effects of keeping elephants in small, impoverished zoo pens where they suffer and die prematurely.
Please stand up for suffering elephants and organize an event or leafleting at your local zoo. If you live near a zoo with elephants, they need your voice! Organizing an event is easy - we'll support you with materials and everything you need to make your event a success.
By participating in this event, you become part of a global community of pro-elephant advocates dedicated to ending the suffering of elephants in zoos. Organize or join an event at your local zoo, write letters, and educate your friends and family. United, we are a powerful force for change! Click here for more information on IDAEZ. For additional questions or to organize an event, please email idaez@idausa.org or call Hope at 415-448-0058.
Speak Up For Wyoming's Mustangs - Comment Deadline Is May 6
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is accepting public comments on a plan to capture 90 percent of the wild horses living in the White Mountain and Little Colorado Herd Management Areas in Wyoming. The BLM wants to permanently remove 696 of the mustangs in a mid-July 2011 roundup, a time when the agency has admitted that "foals are smaller," "water requirements are greater," and horses "may become more easily dehydrated." Summer roundups last year resulted in dozens of deaths, including at least 15 caused by dehydration-related complications. Submit comments by May 6.
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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Mer 24 Juil - 10:13

may 30 , 2011

Remembering those we've lost

For almost 150 years, Memorial Day has served as a national day of remembrance—a day to reflect on the lives of those lost. For the last 30 of those years, PETA has led the fight to stop animal abuse and save animals' lives.
As you pause this Memorial Day to remember those who have passed away, we'd like to ask you to think also of the animals who were not able to be saved—particularly those who have perished over this past year.
Please consider making a donation in memory of these animals—whether you're thinking of the young seal pups clubbed for their fur, the beagles killed after months of painful experiments, the calves who were taken away from their mothers and slaughtered before their first birthday, or the countless other animals who perished because of abuse, neglect, or human greed. Here are a just few of the others whom we've lost: KnutKalinaDaisy

Knut, the polar bear cub who was the toast of the Berlin Zoo four short years ago, died this year at the young age of 4 after living in constant stress in an enclosure a fraction of the size of his natural home range. Kalina, the first orca to be born and raised in captivity at SeaWorld, died after spending all 25 years of her life in a barren concrete pool rather than the freedom of the sea. Daisy was a sweet pit bull who froze to death in the frigid January temperatures when the chain she was attached to prevented her from reaching any shelter.
Animal #28765Rue McClanahanCreate Your Own

Each year, millions of cats, dogs, primates, mice, rats, rabbits, and other animals suffer and die in painful animal tests.Rue was one of PETA's first champions for animals in Hollywood, joining PETA only a few short years after our founding and helping to establish us as a leader in the fight for animal rights.Create your own True Friends Memorial page to share the memory of your loved one.
Thank you for your remembrance of all animals this Memorial Day.
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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Mer 24 Juil - 15:09

May 3rd 2011

Help the Planet and Animals on Earth Day

Happy Earth Day! It's your chance to speak up for our wonderful planet and the billions of animals who suffer every year on factory farms. All you have to do is remind your friends, family, and coworkers that helping the environment starts with what you put on your plate.
Use this image to show everyone you know how easy it is to fight climate change by adopting a meat-free diet. Be sure to share it on Facebook and Twittertoo, and let everyone know that it takes 5,000 gallons of water to produce 1 pound of meat—but only 25 gallons to grow 1 pound of wheat!
You can continue to celebrate Earth Day throughout the week by helping the environment with Meatless Mondays at your workplace.
Spread the word—help the planet and save lives!

Filling your plate with meat, dairy products, and eggs could be a recipe for heart disease, obesity, cancer, diabetes, and even impotence. Leading health experts agree that going vegan is the single best thing we can do for ourselves and our families.
Healthy vegan diets support a lifetime of good health and provide protection against numerous diseases, including our country's three biggest killers: heart disease, cancer, and strokes.
The American Dietetic Association (ADA) states that vegetarians and vegans enjoy a lower risk of death from ischemic heart disease, lower blood cholesterol levels, lower blood pressure, lower rates of hypertension and type 2 diabetes, and lower body mass indexes, as well as lower overall cancer rates. The ADA concludes that vegetarian or vegan diets "are healthful, nutritionally adequate, and may provide health benefits in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases.
Did You Know? A major 2006 study of 135,000 people found that those who frequently ate grilled skinless chicken had a staggering 52 percent higher risk of bladder cancer than people who never ate it.
Well-planned vegan diets provide us with all the nutrients that we need, minus all the saturated fat, cholesterol, and contaminants found in animal flesh, eggs, and dairy foods. Scientists have also found that vegetarians have stronger immune systems than their meat-eating friends; this means that they are less susceptible to everyday illnesses such as the flu. Vegetarians and vegans live, on average, six to 10 years longer than meat-eaters.
Did You Know? Meat and dairy consumption have been linked to diabetes.
The good news is that it's never been easier to go vegetarian. Take PETA's Pledge to Be Vegan for 30 Days and see how great you feel after just one month on a healthy vegan diet
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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Jeu 25 Juil - 6:37

Help the Planet and Animals on Earth Day
10 de mayo de 2011 a la(s) 12:51
april 22 , 2011
Help the Planet and Animals on Earth Day
Happy Earth Day! It's your chance to speak up for our wonderful planet and the billions of animals who suffer every year on factory farms. All you have to do is remind your friends, family, and coworkers that helping the environment starts with what you put on your plate.

Use this image to show everyone you know how easy it is to fight climate change by adopting a meat-free diet. Be sure to share it on Facebook and Twitter, too, and let everyone knowthat it takes 5,000 gallons of water to produce 1 pound of meat—but only 25 gallons to grow 1 pound of wheat!

You can continue to celebrate Earth Day throughout the week by helping the environment with Meatless Mondays at your workplace.

Spread the word—help the planet and save lives!

Sincerely,
Pulin Modi
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
Action Team Manager
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Meat and the Environment





























Would you ever open your refrigerator, pull out 16 plates of pasta, toss 15 in the trash, and then eat just one plate of food? How about leveling 55 square feet of rain forest for a single meal or dumping 2,400 gallons of water down the drain? Of course you wouldn't. But if you're eating chickens, fish, turkeys, pigs, cows, milk, or eggs, that's what you're doing—wasting resources and destroying our environment.

A recent United Nations report concluded that a global shift toward a vegan diet is necessary to combat the worst effects of climate change. And the U.N. is not alone in its analysis. Researchers at the University of Chicago concluded that switching from a standard American diet to a vegan diet is more effective in the fight against climate change than switching from a standard American car to a hybrid. And a German study conducted in 2008 concluded that a meat-eater's diet is responsible for more than seven times as much greenhouse-gas emissions as a vegan's diet is. The verdict is in: If you care about the environment, one of the single most effective things that you can do to save it is to adopt a vegan diet.
According to Environmental Defense, if every American skipped one meal of chicken per week and substituted vegetarian foods instead, the carbon dioxide savings would be the same as taking more than half a million cars off U.S. roads.
Many leading environmental organizations, including the National Audubon Society, the Worldwatch Institute, the Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists, and even Al Gore's Live Earth—have recognized that raising animals for food damages the environment more than just about anything else that we do. Whether it's the overuse of resources, global warming, massive water or air pollution, or soil erosion, raising animals for food is wreaking havoc on the Earth.
The most important step you can take to save the planet is to go vegetarian. Order PETA's free vegetarian/vegan starter kit for tips and recipes to get you started on an Earth-friendly vegan diet today.

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+ Factory Farming: Cruelty to Animals
+ Cows Used for Food
+ The Hidden Lives of Cows
+ The Beef Industry
+ The Dairy Industry
+ Cow Transport and Slaughter
+ Turkeys Used for Food
+ The Hidden Lives of Turkeys
+ The Turkey Industry
+ Turkey Transport and Slaughter
+ Pigs Used for Food
+ The Hidden Lives of Pigs
+ The Pork Industry
+ Pig Transport and Slaughter
+ Fish and Other Sea Animals Used for Food
+ The Hidden Lives of Fish
+ Fish Feel Pain
+ Commercial Fishing
+ Lobsters and Crabs Used for Food
+ Aquafarming
+ Ducks and Geese Used for Food
+ The Hidden Lives of Ducks and Geese
+ Foie Gras: Delicacy of Despair
+ The Duck and Goose Meat Industry
+ Chickens Used for Food
+ The Hidden Lives of Chickens
+ The Chicken Industry
+ The Egg Industry
+ Chicken Transport and Slaughter
+ Meat and the Environment
+ Meat Production Wastes Natural Resources
+ Fight Global Warming by Going Vegetarian
+ Eating for Your Health
+ Heart Disease
+ Cancer
+ Strokes
+ Obesity
+ Other Health Risks of the Meat Industry
+ Essential Nutrients
+ More Reasons to Go Vegan
+ The Organic and Free-Range Myth
+ Animals Used for Free-Range and Organic Meat
+ Other Labels on Meat Packages
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Filling your plate with meat, dairy products, and eggs could be a recipe for heart disease, obesity, cancer, diabetes, and even impotence. Leading health experts agree that going vegan is the single best thing we can do for ourselves and our families.
Healthy vegan diets support a lifetime of good health and provide protection against numerous diseases, including our country's three biggest killers: heart disease, cancer, and strokes.
The American Dietetic Association (ADA) states that vegetarians and vegans enjoy a lower risk of death from ischemic heart disease, lower blood cholesterol levels, lower blood pressure, lower rates of hypertension and type 2 diabetes, and lower body mass indexes, as well as lower overall cancer rates. The ADA concludes that vegetarian or vegan diets "are healthful, nutritionally adequate, and may provide health benefits in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases.
Did You Know? A major 2006 study of 135,000 people found that those who frequently ate grilled skinless chicken had a staggering 52 percent higher risk of bladder cancer than people who never ate it.
Well-planned vegan diets provide us with all the nutrients that we need, minus all the saturated fat, cholesterol, and contaminants found in animal flesh, eggs, and dairy foods. Scientists have also found that vegetarians have stronger immune systems than their meat-eating friends; this means that they are less susceptible to everyday illnesses such as the flu. Vegetarians and vegans live, on average, six to 10 years longer than meat-eaters.
Did You Know? Meat and dairy consumption have been linked to diabetes.
The good news is that it's never been easier to go vegetarian. Take PETA's Pledge to Be Vegan for 30 Days and see how great you feel after just one month on a healthy vegan diet.
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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Jeu 25 Juil - 6:46

APRIL 20, 2011

Animals shouldn't be treated like waste products
21 de abril de 2011 a la(s) 13:04
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Should animals be treated like 'waste products'?
So it's Australia Day and they call this the lucky country. But unfortunately, Australia is not such a lucky place to be if you're a dairy calf...
You see, cows can't magically produce milk. Like humans, first they have to have a baby. But one baby isn't enough; to keep the milk flowing cows are made to have a new calf every year! Their babies are then taken away so that their mothers' milk can be harvested for humans. And that's where the horror story begins...Every year, over 700,000 unwanted calves are killed as 'waste products' of the dairy industry. And now the industry has stooped to new lows, by trying to push through a new Standard that would allow calves to be starved of feed for the last 30 hours of their life.

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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Jeu 25 Juil - 6:47

APril 20 TH 2011

Animal pain and suffering should be reduced as much as possible
23 de abril de 2011 a la(s) 1:05
More than 9 out of 10 Canadians (95%) agree that animal pain and suffering should be reduced as much as possible, even in those cases in which the animals are raised to be slaughtered. Nearly as many (88%) support the animal protection movement's core goal of minimizing and eventually eliminating all forms of animal cruelty and suffering. See poll.

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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Jeu 25 Juil - 6:54

SMUDGGIE'S LIFE cHAPTER III

APRIL 17, 2011

To: Members in Hospice care for old dogs who are dying
While Smudggie and I were getting to know each other, I met a man named Paul. He was (and still is) a kind and loving person. He wanted to share his life with me and Smudggie. I told him that, if he wanted to love me, he had to love my doggie too. He looked at me as if to say “WHAT?” Although Paul was a loving person he never had any experience with animals and the joy they give. He said “Okay. I’ll try.” In my heart I said, “If this doesn’t work out, Paul goes.”
One evening Paul wanted to share my bed with me. I told him that he could not do that because that’s where Smudggie sleeps. Paul slept on the couch…and Smudggie just smiled. After a while, Paul became Smudggie’s father and loved her almost as I did.
Smudge had a beautiful back yard to play in. It was a wooded hill with a pooled stream at the bottom. Need I say more? She would run down the hill, jump in the water, and run back up the hill. This continued for hours. I was really falling in love with this little girl.
Smudggie had a favorite toy. It was a pair of Paul’s socks. I would put one sock inside the other and tie them in a knot. Then, I would throw them for Smudggie to catch. She loved it! Then, we would wrestle with the sock. This went on for months until, one day, I told Smudggie to go and get her sock. She ran all over the house looking for her favorite thing in the whole wide world. SHE COULDN’T FIND IT! It just so happens, that I had done some laundry that day, and had put some clothes on the bed.. My Smudggie went to the bed and grabbed a clean pair of Paul’s socks. My little darling was determined to play; and so ‘smart’ I thought.
We had a pet rabbit named Bandit. Bandit lived in the house with Smudggie for awhile. I would give Bandit carrots to eat; Smudggie would wait till I wasn’t looking and steal the carrots. She would eat the whole carrot right in fron of Bandit. I had to laugh. A DOG EATING CARROTS!
Smudggie would also steal food from our plates when we weren’t looking. This happened several times, especially if we had to answer the phone. If she couldn’t steal the food, she would sit there with that ‘droopy’, ‘forlorn’ look and drool. Of course, she got a taste or two.
That is when I decided that my little girl was a juvenile delinquent!
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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Jeu 25 Juil - 6:56

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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Jeu 25 Juil - 8:06

March 4th 2013

animal testing was crated by illuminatis crazy cruel satanists heartless human beings who didn't care about the animals and these so calle humans , that should be recalled inhumans , did and still do it for fun, pleasure, money and because it ecits them, it makes them happy to torture animals lives as they dream of doing it with humans but can't . Animal testing should have never been ivnented , its like a genocide, like the shoa that hiltler did to the jewish humans.

Animal testing exists because many people in this world are mentally sick and maybe demented and because they want to destroy GOD's creatures, the animals , and are super corrupted and wanna hurt people by making them used products that aren't safe for them and they know these tests are cruel and useless but they still do them because they are against kindness towards animals and humans and stupidly think these aniamls can't feel pain and are retards ect . There ain't no justice in this world because they tests which should have been banned ages ago still exists in the 21st century and these criminals who should be in jail are living their hapy free lives . Its so unfair. this ain't justice. this is injustice. And always the evil ones win and the innocents animals angels lose . Because so called justice' allows tests that are inhumane when they forbid the killings of humans which makes no sense because animals aren't peices of shit, they are beings who deserve respect so why giving respect to humans and not to animals ? We ain't superior and animals are beings, humans are beings, there is no way that we can make a difference between all of us so how come killing humans is punished by law by sending the people to jail but killing animals is legal? this is a crazy irrational nonsense world ! ! ! and this is not a world, this is a hell, a disaster . what crazy emtnality they got the ones who makes the laws and the anial testing, man they msut be something incredibly super wrong with their heads ! ! !
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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Jeu 25 Juil - 8:47

THE HOSPICE JOURNEY

JANUARY 10, 2011

Originating in the medieval ages, the term hospice meant lodging for travelers that provides comfort and security. The modern hospice approach to care focuses on comfort and dignity for the dying [dog or cat] and their loved ones. Each furbaby is cared for in a manner that allows that dog or cat to die as they have lived, in harmony with his/her lifestyle. The focus is on caring, not curing. This approach is called palliative care and aims for pain relief and sympton control rather than cure. This philosophy is at the HEART of hospice care.
The basic principles of hospice care are as follows: Death with dignity. End of life care that eases both physical and emotional. Palliative care. To achieve the best quality of life through relief of suffering. The respect of choosing WHERE one's furbaby will die. Significance of time. To learn to choose wisely to do what matters most to you and your furbaby. Importance of family. It is important to the furbaby to have those who love him/her around them during the dying process.
At the end of a loved furbabies life, while caregivers may feel pain and sadness, they have the opportunity to grow more stronger and courageous. Hospice is NOT about death, but about the quality of life as it nears its end.
God Bless you
adapted by Cheryl Gustafson
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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Ven 26 Juil - 15:36

News About Animals - February 11, 2010
26 de Julio de 2010 a la(s) 20:34
Have A Heart For Valentine's Day - Help Baby Elephants In Circuses
Nothing is more heartless than tearing a wailing baby elephant away from his or her mother for the sole purpose of “entertainment.” But that’s what happens in circuses, where still-nursing calves less than two years old are violently separated from their mothers, subjected to cruel confinement and training, and sentenced to a lifetime of misery. Click here to read more and see what you can do to help.

Announcing IDA's Vegan Activist All Star February Winner
It may be Oscar season, but the hottest award this year is IDA's new Vegan Activist All Star! February's winner is the amazing Syd Most of Portland, Oregon. Click here to see what Syd did to deserve this highest honor, and what you can do to win next month! The prize this month is dinner for two at the Portobello Vegan Trattoria in Portland.

IDA Assisting In Richmond, California Cruelty Case
IDA and our President, Dr. Elliot M. Katz, are assisting a victim of animal abuse in Richmond,California. A little dog named Taz was taken and beaten by a landlady. Taz is hopefully on his way to recovery, thanks to the efforts of his guardian and the Richmond police.
As the Contra Costa Times reports, "Saul Hernandez forgives his beloved pet's sudden insecurity, and his squeals of pain when he chews once-coveted treats. And how he now runs into walls. ... But what does etiquette dictate when someone ... smashes in your dog's head with a tree branch?" Click here to read the rest of the article.
The accused woman is in jail. The veterinarian has diagnosed that there is still a considerable loss of sight in one or both eyes. IDA is putting up the money for Saul's vet bill.

One Wild Horse Roundup Postponed - Help Us Stop Another!
After receiving 9,000 public comments, the BLM announced that it is postponing the roundup of nearly 500 horses living in the Eagle Herd Management area in eastern Nevada.The announcement came just three days after IDA’s attorneys notified the U.S. Department of Justice that they would sue to stop the helicopter stampede and capture, which had been scheduled to begin February 15. Click here to read more.
Now we need you to act again to oppose the massive removal of 1,506 wild horse in the Antelope Complex located in northeastern Nevada. Please, keep up your great activism for the horses - click here and send one more e-mail!
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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Ven 26 Juil - 15:36

2 de mayo de 2010

Red de ayuda para los animales, Inscribase. Ayude a protegerlos

Quiero compartir mi carpeta de libros en formato PDF, sobre todo lo que tienen que conocer sobre gastronomía vegana y vegetariana.

Si de verdad quieren ayudar a los animales, empiecen por no comérselos.
Olviden lo que dicen los medicuchos de turno sobre morirse si no comen carroña!!!
Es una de las grandes mentiras inventadas por los ganaderos para llenar sus bolsillos con el dinero de los tontos que siempre tragan entero!!!

http://www.evolucionalared.com/redsocial/m/files/browse/album/Speedy-s-files/owner/Speedy

Esta carpeta contiene 22 archivos y hace parte de mi perfil en nuestra propia red social animalista. La única en su género dedicada al servicio de los animales.

No olviden loquearse allí. Ese será nuestro nuevo punto de encuentro, información y vídeos.
Es una especie de Facebook mejorado, en donde crearemos nuevas propuestas para ayudar a los animales.

Les recuerdo que volveré privado al grupo Evoluciona, justo antes de 5000 miembros. Ya que las directivas de Facebook, no me permitirán comunicarme con ustedes si superamos ese número. Por eso les invito a los 4800, que ingresaron a este grupo a verse bonitos, quienes no leen mis mensajes, a ingresar a esta nueva red social.

Allí pueden crear sus propios perfiles, blogs, chatear con cámara, dejar mensajes en vídeo, etc. Miles de cosas que estamos mejorando para ustedes.

Este es el link de nuestra red.
http://www.evolucionalared.com/redsocial/

Lo único difícil que hay allí para ingresar es el campo: Código ZIP, en el que deben colocar un número cualquiera de 5 dígitos. Puede ser 00000. Por lo demás es realmente sencillo ingresar.
Una vez que llenes los datos requeridos, ingresa con tu nombre de usuario y contraseña.

Espero que me ayuden ingresando. Es nuestra oportunidad de unir fuerzas.


Cordialmente
John Pulgarín

Si no deseas recibir mensajes de este grupo, pues sal inmediatamente de aquí.

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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Ven 26 Juil - 15:48

Zeus hoy en la Universidad de Valladolid
8 de mayo de 2010 a la(s) 20:22
25 de marzo de 2010

Hoy en la Universidad de Valladolid, Mercedes Cano, Profesora de antropología, dió una charla sobre "Maltrato animal. Moral y ética".

Presentó el maltrato sobre animales domesticos y expuso el caso de Zeus a sus estudiantes.

Desde la Asociación ZEUS, queremos expresar la ilusión que sentimos sabiendo que nadie se olvida de Zeus.
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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Ven 26 Juil - 15:59

April 21, 2010

The First Amendment protects freedom of speech, but it most does not protect violent or criminal conduct/USA /PLS TAKE ACTION!

Tuesday, the Supreme Court decided that the Constitution protects animal abusers who torture dogs and record their violence for sale as videos because a law Congress passed in 1999 against animal cruelty was written too vaguely, and could have been used to outlaw hunting videos. In an 8-1 decision, Chief Justice John Roberts wrote:

The First Amendment's guarantee of free speech does not extend only to categories of speech that survive an ad hoc balancing of relative social costs and benefits. The First Amendment itself reflects a judgment by the American people that the benefits of its restrictions on the government outweigh the costs. Our Constitution forecloses any attempt to revise that judgment simply on the basis that some speech is not worth it.

And the lone hold-out? Might surprise you. It was Samuel Alito, one of the arch conservatives on the court. Rebutting the majority's view that the law was too broad, Alito argued it could still be used to stop crush videos, which apparently appeal to some people's sexual fetish by showing women in stiletto heels crushing animals to death.

"The First Amendment protects freedom of speech, but it most certainly does not protect violent criminal conduct, even if engaged in for expressive purposes," he wrote.

Question to legal experts: does this mean the court would find constitutionally permissible a crush video depicting people being tortured to death on video on grounds the law was written too vaguely?

High court hears depictions of animal cruelty case
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Anique Human 21 April : Update on USA supreme court ruling from one of our members, Sue Turcotte Osh:

A legislator who is willing to champion the fight to undo the harm the USA Supreme Court has done with its ruling. The core of the Supreme's argument is that the law as it stood was too broad, thus casting too wide a net.

Rep Gallegly's stand on the issue and his promise of new legislation as early as next week which will be narrowly tailored enough to address the issue and pass the Supreme Court's muster the next time they have to address it.

I urge everyone to contact Rep. Gallegly in support and encouragement as he moves forward with legislation to protect animals from crush/cruelty/torture videos.

Washington, DC Office of Congressman Elton Gallegly
2309 Rayburn HOB,
Washington, DC 20515-0523

Phone: (202) 225-5811; FAX: (202) 225-1100
Office Hours: 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Pacific Time

Also, here is his FB page - please send messages of thanks and encouragement:
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THANK YOU

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http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/washington/2010/04/supreme-court-torturing-animals-on-video-protected-by-first-amendment-maybe-obama-will-pick-a-vegan.html

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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Ven 26 Juil - 16:28

a beautiful verse

August 04, 2010

"Through The Eyes of a Rescue" by Unknown
Once I was a lonely dog, just looking for a home.I had no place to go, no one to call my own.I wandered up and down the streets, in rain in heat and snow.I ate what ever I could find, I was always on the go.My skin would itch, my feet were sore, my body ached with pain.And no one stopped to give a pat or to gently say my name.I never saw a loving glance, I was always on the run.For people thought that hurting me was really lots of fun.And then one day I heard a voice so gentle, kind and sweet.Arms so soft reached down to me and took me off my feet."No one again will hurt you was whispered in my ear.""You'll have a home to call your own where you will know no fear."
This is why our cause matters so much to the animals abused and left to fend for themselves. Your donations are the "arms so soft that reached down" so please keep this verse in your minds and help that one lonely dog.
Thank you for reading Dave Dillon (creator)
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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Sam 27 Juil - 10:24

October 06, 2009

I AM AN ANIMAL RESCUER

I am an Animal Rescuer

My job is to assist God's creatures. …
I was born with the drive to fulfill their needs.
I take in helpless, unwanted, homeless creatures without planning or selection.
I have bought dog food with my last dime.
I have patted a mangy head with a bare hand.
I have hugged someone vicious and afraid.
I have fallen in love a thousand times.
And I have cried into the fur of a lifeless body too many times to count.
I have Animal Friends and friends who have animal friends.
I don't often use the word "pet".
I notice those lost on the road side and my heart aches.

I will hand raise a field mouse and make friends with a vulture.
I know of no creature unworthy of my time.
I want to live forever if there aren't animals in Heaven,
but I believe there are.
Why would God make something so perfect
and leave it behind?
Some may think we are masters of the animals,
but the animals have mastered themselves. ..
something people still haven't learned.

War and abuse make me hurt for the world,
but a rescue that makes the news gives me hope for mankind.
We are a quiet but determined army and we are making a difference every day.
There is nothing more necessary than warming an orphan,
nothing more rewarding than saving a life,
no higher recognition than watching them thrive.
There- e is no greater joy than seeing a baby play who, only days ago, was too weak to eat.
By the love of those who I've been privileged to rescue,
I have been rescued.
I know what true unconditional love really is,
for I've seen it shining in the eyes of so many, grateful for so little.

I am an Animal Rescuer.
My work is never done.
My home is never quiet.
My wallet is always empty,
but my heart is always full.

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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Ven 2 Aoû - 9:46

MARCH 20th 2012

Become one of 2,012 new voices for animals

The power behind every PETA victory – from persuading shops to halt the sale of fur and exotic-animal skins to saving thousands of animals from deadly experiments – is the commitment of our very special PETA members.
Will you help us win even more victories for animals by becoming a member for 2012 right now?
Our drive for 2,012 new card-carrying PETA members by 31 March is gaining strength, and there may be no better time to join than now.
Along with a subscription to our colourful and informative magazine Animal Times, all PETA members receive a membership card as a reminder of their power as PETA donors. While PETA counts among our members people of every political persuasion and every religion – or no religion at all – all are united against cruelty to animals. The PETA membership card represents each donor's dedication to helping animals and fighting against their abuse and is a symbol of pride for thousands of compassionate people who financially support the most effective animal rights organisation the world has ever seen.
Your gift during our new-member drivewill strengthen our efforts to protect the rights of all animals to live free from misery and fear. Because our opponents are so well funded and well connected, I cannot give you the details on some of PETA's upcoming fights for animals during 2012.
But I can let you know that animals are suffering from terrible abuse right now. Cats are having their heads cut open in needless experiments. Elephants are being struck, shackled and forced to perform confusing and often painful tricks. Rabbits are being stripped of their fur while still alive to supply the fur trade.
By becoming a PETA member today,you'll strengthen our efforts to rescue those cats, release those elephants from their life of pain and work to help rabbits and other victims of the bloody skins trade. We fight to stop cruelty to all animals wherever it may occur, but all that life-saving work simply wouldn't be possible without the generosity of PETA members.
Judging by the exciting news in recent weeks, this year could be a critical one in the fight for animal rights. A complaint from PETA has prompted the Westminster Trading Standards to warn Fortnum & Mason that if it does not amend its corporate social responsibility policy or make it clear that the policy does not cover foie gras, it could be in breach of the Consumer Protection From Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 and face legal action. Soon after this great news, Russia, one of the largest buyers of skins from slaughtered Canadian seals, banned the import of seal products after pressure from PETA and animal activists around the world.
But despite recent progress, ducks and geese are still enduring a life of cruelty, pain and suffering in order to produce foie gras. And this spring, thousands of seal pups may still be slaughtered off Canada's shores to support the international skins trade.
These and other animals need us to do everything we can to save them from pain, abuse and neglect. Can I count on you to help us do more for animals in 2012 by becoming a PETA member right now?
Kind regards,

Ingrid E Newkirk
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PS PETA members were the force behind so many groundbreaking victories for animals in the past year. Won't you make 2012 an even better year for all animals by joining PETA right now?
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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Ven 2 Aoû - 9:56

january 1TH 2012

It might be supposed that pain and unhappiness take such myriad forms that an impossibly large hotchpotch of biochemical reactions will have to be eliminated before the emancipatory project can be complete. The difficulty, and more controversially the impossibility, of establishing non-trivial type-type identities between physical and higher mental states would seem only to make the problem worse. In one respect at least, however, the many faces of misery are deceptive. Like the various nominal sources of happiness, they foster a genetically adaptive illusion born of the way the basic neural processes which mediate emotion physically infiltrate and infuse the neo-cortex. Millions of years of DNA-driven encephalisation of emotion have obscured its primitive substrates. In striking at the ancient limbic motors of despair, neural re-engineering should induce their legion of cognitive hangers-on to dissipate too. First in humans and, progressing "down" the phylogenetic tree, eventually in every non-human metazoan as well, all of the incomprehensibly disparate modes of experience undergone should share the property of being, at the very least, generically delightful. And a uniquely vile era in the history of the world will have drawn to a close.

The Last Twisted Molecule On Earth?
This meditation on the plight of our fellow species leads to one of the few precise, and potentially falsifiable, predictions to be hazarded here about the next couple of thousand years. At some momentous and exactly datable time, I would surmise well before the end of the fourth millennium and possibly even the third, the last unpleasant experience ever to occur on this planet will take place, possibly a (purely comparatively) minor pain in some (and to us) obscure marine invertebrate.
For just as the smallpox virus was systematically hunted down to extinction, so the precise molecular signature(s) of aversive experience and its predisposing genes can predictably be hunted down and wiped out as well. The systematic application of nanotechnology, self-reproducing micro- miniaturised robots armed with supercomputer processing power, and ultra-sophisticated genetic engineering, perhaps using retro-viral vectors, will assure the eradication of the root of all evil in its naturalistic guise.

In a triumph of aestheticism over morality, many animal lovers otherwise sympathetic to the sentiments expressed here will doubtless be aghast at the very idea of losing such lovable companions and time-honoured killers as members of the cat family; but then they are unlikely to be hunted down in terror or physically eaten alive, which lends a rather different perspective to any issue at all.

Yet what about the carnivorous species? It is easy to romanticise, say, tigers or lions and cats, and admire their magnificent beauty, strength and agility. But we would regard their notional human counterparts as wanton psychopaths of the worst kind. So just as there is no need to recreate the natural habitat of smart, blond, handsome etc. Nazi stormtroopers who can then prey on their natural vic...Ver más
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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Ven 2 Aoû - 9:58

&àTH JANUARY 2012

Caring about the plight of the non-human victims of our actions is not a case of sentimental bunny-hugging nor of child-like anthropomorphism. Nor is it a matter of caring more about animals than humans; nor even, as is sometimes suggested with all appearance of seriousness, outright misanthropy. "Tender-minded" people who worry about the torture of non-humans are on balance temperamentally more rather than less inclined to act in an effort to minimise human suffering too. Such contrasts and false antitheses are in any case unhelpful. Simply in abstaining from eating meat, for instance, one can still spend just as much time campaigning for exclusively human causes as one did as a practising carnivore.
There is one real glimmer of hope amid the mechanised carnage. Within the next hundred years or so, and possibly sooner, biotechnology will enable the human species cost-effectively to mass-produce edible cellular protein, and indeed all forms of food, of a flavour and texture indistinguishable from, or tastier than, the sanitised animal products we now eat. As our palates become satisfied by other means, the moral arguments for animal rights will start to seem overwhelmingly compelling. The Western(ised) planetary elite will finally start to award the sentient fellow creatures we torture and kill a moral status akin to human infants and toddlers. Veganism, though not in quite the contemporary sense, will become the global norm. Thanks to genetic engineering, the huge reduction in gratuitous suffering promoted here is likely to take place even if none of the other predictions of HI are borne out. If they are, then the humblest snack will taste more delicious than the ambrosial food of the gods. Today's gourmets might as well be feeding on greasy chips.For the most part, however, we are willing accomplices in our own ignorance. By our purchases we pay others to commit acts of extreme violence which might otherwise upset our squeamish sensibilities. Ironically, anybody who practises, or connives in, the maltreatment of a helpless and undeveloped infant of our own species is likely to be demonised and reviled. Ordinary decent people will find it "inconceivable" how such an "inhuman" monster could cause such suffering to the young, innocent and helpless. So (s)he will be prosecuted and locked up.
What we are doing in the death-factories is so vile that a few lines of text can scarcely even hint at its ghastliness. Nevertheless, we are so inured to the notion of exploiting and killing other sentient beings to titillate our palates that many otherwise "sophisticated" people will find the starkness of expression of these paragraphs somehow sensationalistic; or perhaps "emotive", as if the reality of such suffering could properly be otherwise.
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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Ven 2 Aoû - 9:59

JANUARY 1OTH 2012

Alas this is no mere rhetorical conceit. Humans deliberately incarcerate and butcher our fellow creatures in a vast state-sanctioned apparatus of concentration and extermination camps of incommunicable horror. In retrospect, our descendants may view them as a defining feature of our age in a way akin to our own conception of the Third Reich. Analogously, the horror and even existence of the death-camps and -factories is usually camouflaged behind a mass of bland euphemism. Fortunately for our peace of mind, we find it hard properly to conceive of what we're being spared. Conditions inside the camps and factories are so gruesome that members of the public have to be barred from watching the atrocities which go on inside them.
Humanity often behaves as though it were, and as if this specialised linguistic adaptation conferred on us the moral right to treat all other creatures as though they were mere objects and commodities. For we presently keep hundreds of millions of sentient beings in unimaginably frightful conditions. We do so for no better reason than to satisfy our culinary tastes. It has aptly been remarked that if animals had a conception of the Devil, he would surely have human form.

The Taste Of Depravity

Most of the world's suffering is undergone by members of other species. This cannot rigorously be proved. On the other hand, philosophically speaking, it cannot rigorously be proved that anyone suffers or is conscious besides oneself. So in one sense the sceptic is right. The sentience of others is simply an inference to the best explanation. The price of being wrong is in any case just too high to take the risk. As it is, a convergence of evidence suggests that the nature and relative extent of organic life's biological capacity to suffer is mediated by neuronal firing frequencies, cellular and synaptic density, and a distinctive neurochemical and functional architecture of the central nervous system. Pain is not rooted in the human capacity for a generative syntax.
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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Ven 2 Aoû - 10:00

JANUARY 5TH 2012

What is the Animal Liberation Front Supporters Group?
The purpose of the A.L.F. Supporters Group is to support the work of the Animal Liberation Front by all lawful means possible. This includes:
• Support of imprisoned activists,
• support and defense of the A.L.F.,
• educating the public as to the need and rationale of direct action,
• providing a communication forum through the Supporters Group newsletter,
• raising funds for all the above S.G. activities.

Would global veganism ensure a cruelty-free world? No, not by itself. Life in a state of Nature is often little kinder than a life of barbarous abuse by Man. Should we respect the ways of Nature simply because they are "natural"? Or is homage to the pain-ridden products of selfish genes as harmful a superstition as any? In one sense, after all, animals no more need liberating than babies and toddlers need liberating: they need looking after.


Jewish writer Hanna Arendt once wrote of the "banality of evil". For most of the Nazi bureaucrats who actually organised the human Holocaust were not sadistic psychopaths in the usual sense of the term. Many were devoted husbands, loving fathers and cultivated family men. They were motivated by a distorted sense of duty rather than a relish for bloodshed or suffering for its own sake. Somehow it seems the "dissociation of sensibility" between their feelings and the effects of their actions was complete. The same is true of most of our own vivisectors, abattoir managers and the bureaucrats in charge of the mass-killing apparatus. So they shouldn't be demonised. But they must still be stopped.
An over-statement? Sensationalist? Surely factory-farming and the apparatus of mechanised killing, even in their worst excesses, are rarely that bad? No, in a sense the reality is worse. What it feels like for our victims is more terrible than we can typically imagine. In fact, on the few occasions in life when pain that's even relatively severe strikes us down personally, we are shocked. The casu...Ver más

Each day we butcher millions of other sentient beings because we like the taste of their flesh. The functional development and intensity of suffering of our victims tend to match the capacities of human infants and toddlers. The contrast in our attitude and behaviour toward them could scarcely be greater. Imagine the anguish caused by an oxyacetylene torch applied, if only to a few seconds, to your child's face. Unspeakably appalling? Yet each day we pay - by our choice in food purchases - to have other living creatures treated no less abominably.
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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Ven 2 Aoû - 10:02

JAJUARY 5TH 2012

THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF HELL
"We have enslaved the rest of animal creation and have treated our distant cousins in fur and feathers so badly that beyond doubt, if they were to formulate a religion, they would depict the Devil in human form."
William Ralph Inge
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MessageSujet: Re: Animals philosophy   Mer 28 Aoû - 12:10

march 10th 2012

" All beings tremble before violence. All fear, death ,all love, life see yourself in others. Then whom can you heart? What harm can you do."
- Lord Buddha

Animal rights, also referred to as animal liberation, is the idea that the most basic interests of animals should be afforded the same consideration as the similar interests of humans.Advocates approach the issue from different philosophical positions but agree that animals should be viewed as legal persons and members of the moral community, not property, and that they should not be used as food, clothing, research subjects, or entertainment.

The idea of awarding rights to animals has the support of legal scholars such as Alan Dershowitz and Laurence Tribe of Harvard Law School, while Toronto lawyer Clayton Ruby argues that the movement has reached the stage the gay rights movement was at 25 years ago. Animal law is taught in 113 out of 180 law schools in the United States, in eight law schools in Canada, and is routinely covered in universities in philosophy or applied ethics courses.[6] In June 2008, Spain became the first country to introduce an animal rights resolution, when a parliamentary committee voted in favor of limited rights for non-human primates, inspired by Peter Singer's Great Ape Project.[7]

Critics argue that animals are unable to enter into a social contract or make moral choices, and therefore cannot be regarded as possessors of rights, a position summed up by the philosopher Roger Scruton, who writes that only humans have duties, and that, "[the] corollary is inescapable: we alone have rights."[8] A parallel argument is that there is nothing inherently wrong with using animals as resources if there is no unnecessary suffering, a view known as the animal welfare position.[9] There has also been criticism, including from within the animal rights movement itself, of certain forms of animal rights activism, in particular the destruction of fur farms and animal laboratories by the Animal Liberation Front.
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Our animal counterparts have quite a few lessons to offer (the value of napping, for one). Humans are fundamentally social animals, and in learning to coexist more peacefully, the animal kingdom could teach us a thing or two.

Research has shown that animals are capable of great depth of emotion and complex systems of social cooperation, and we know that animals can care for each other and for human beings.

"Science has discovered a lot about the inner lives of diverse species, more than we often give ourselves credit for," Marc Bekoff, author of The Emotional Lives Of Animals, wrote in a Greater Good blog post. "Indeed, animals’ lives aren’t all that private, hidden, or secret; a flurry of research has offered insight into the emotional lives of animals. We now know that animals have a point of view and that they experience deep feelings."

Here are 11 things that animals' social behavior can teach us about being good to each other.

They respect their elders.

african elephant

In African elephant tribes, matriarchs remain the leaders of the group until they die, often well into their 60s and 70s, and the elephants benefit from having an elder matriarch's experience. Research has shown that elephant groups with older matriarchs are more effective at fighting off predatory lions. Matriarchs older than 60 did not show any signs of cognitive decline, and they had more success recognizing and responding to predatory threats.

“Otherwise you might expect them to marginalize until they die, but this suggests that they don’t have the same sort of cognitive decline as humans,” evolutionary ecologist Karen McComb told the New York Times. “Of course, human women in their 60s are doing quite fine, aren’t they?”

They exhibit signs of empathy and compassion.

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Anyone who's had a longtime pet knows that animals can be unbelievably attuned to humans' states of emotional and physical well-being. A recent study backed that up, showing that dogs yawn more in response to their owners' yawns than to others, which suggests that dogs are empathetic towards their owners.

Plenty of research suggests animals are capable of great depths of empathy. In one study, Carolyn Zahn-Waxler from the National Institute of Mental Health had intended to examine young children's emotional responses to family members' emotions, but found that some pets showed as much worry as children when their adult owners feigned distress. The pets would stick near their owners and put their heads on their laps in response to the display of emotion.

And in a now-famous 1964 study, psychiatrist Jules Masserman found that rhesus monkeys refused to pull a chain that would deliver them food if doing so would hurt another monkey. One monkey avoided pulling the chain for 12 days (until virtually starving) to avoid hurting a companion.

They cuddle.



They're nice to their neighbors.

red colobus monkey

Monkeys who live in groups often exhibit highly pro-social behaviors. Red colobus monkeys (pictured above) are so friendly that they even socialize with members of other species, according to BBC Nature, grooming others as a sign of friendliness and respect. Baboons are also highly social, sometimes interacting playfully with neighboring groups of chimpanzees.

They can sense others' feelings.

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We've all heard that animals can detect fear, but their ability to tap into what others are thinking and feeling (even subconsciously) extends far beyond sensing either weakness or a threat. In one particularly extraordinary case, a cat named Oscar at a Rhode Island nursing home predicted the deaths of close to 50 elderly individuals by planting himself on their beds just hours before they died.

"His mere presence at the bedside is viewed by physicians and nursing home staff as an almost absolute indicator of impending death, allowing staff members to adequately notify families," geriatrician Dr. David Dosa wrote in the New England Journal of Medicine. "Oscar has also provided companionship to those who would otherwise have died alone. For his work, he is highly regarded by the physicians and staff at Steere House and by the families of the residents whom he serves."

They help each other out.

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Elephants are some of the smartest animals out there -- and they might be better than many humans when it comes to working together. Evolutionary psychologists have found that elephants are highly adept in social coordination when pursuing shared goals. A Cambridge study found that elephants can learn to coordinate with a partner on a task that required the pair to simultaneously pull two ends of the same rope in order to obtain a reward. Not only did they act effectively together, but if their partner was delayed, they waited for up to 45 seconds.

They're diplomatic.

hawaii dolphins

Dolphins have a sophisticated "language" and communication system, using sounds, in some cases, to avoid violence or confrontation. The common bottlenose dolphin has a vocal repertoire of 14 sonically distinct social signals, according to scientist J. Andrea Bernal Shirai. The dolphins "burst-pulsed" as a way to avoid possible aggression in situations of high excitement and energy, possibly when competing for food.

"Bottlenose dolphins make longer burst-pulsed sounds when they are hunting and at times of high aggression, and make it possible for each individual to maintain its position in the pod's social hierarchy," Phys Org explained. "Dolphins emit these strident sounds, for example, when in the presence of other individuals moving towards the same prey, forcing the least dominant mammal to quickly move away in order to avoid confrontation."

They can find love in a hopeless place.

swami

An unlikely love affair between a swan and a tractor reveals an important truth from the animal kingdom: Love is blind, and it can be found in even the most surprising places. Swans mate for life, and when eight-year-old Schwani couldn't find another swan to be with, he sought partnership elsewhere. At a German hotel, the swan became infatuated with the groundskeeper's tractor. According to CBS, Schwani "just can't get enough of the mechanical companion."

"He follows me around all the time, no matter where I go -- whether I cross the street or go deep into the animal garden to take came of the pathways, the swan comes along," hotelier Herman Josef Hericks told CBS. "And if I take a break, then it stands right next to it ... as if ready to get in."

They enjoy group playtime.



They make love last.

wolves

Many species of animals mate for life, including swans, wolves, albatrosses, termites, bald eagles and gibbons (the closest species to humans to do so, although they do occasionally seek pleasure outside the relationship). Most bird species that mate for life, like eagles, pigeons and turtle doves, will only choose another partner after their mate has died. And despite popular wisdom from Friends, lobsters don't make the list (their mating system more closely resembles a harem).

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