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Meerkats attend scorpion-hunting kindergarten

Posted on 30 Apr 2008 in Journalism

Animal behavioural studies are blurring the boundaries between humans and animals, and challenging the idea that teaching is built on...

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Animal epidemics: On the front line

Posted on 12 Mar 2008 in Journalism

Meet the people who help in the response against livestock disease outbreaks. Read more… Image: lju...

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Spite is a uniquely human emotion

Posted on 16 Jul 2007 in Animal Behaviour, Evolution, Journalism

It used to be easy to separate man from beast. Then we realised animals, too, can experience sophisticated emotions and communicate through language. But there is one thing that is beyond even our closest relatives, chimpanzees – and that is the ability to be spiteful. Image: fwooper

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