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  • Cameron McLendon

    Fantastic article. Really makes you think. Our Animal Natures -

  • Shannon Williams

    Our Animal Natures - Psychological Connections Between Humans & Animals

  • Cheryl Miller

    Our Animal Natures - Why don’t we human doctors routinely cooperate with animal experts?

  • Quinn Slater

    We have way more in common with animals than you think. NYTimes article.

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  • Ben Benner

    PETA can suck it!!!

  • Mariel Isabel Martinez

    Hate on PETA all you want. This video is just terrible and animals should never be treated that way just for entertainment.

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    ahhhhh love the animals

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