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Animals Acting Like Humans 2014 I Haven't Seen - YouTube

Do you believe animals acting like humans? You will see funny animals and this is funny animals videos I haven't seen them. It's really a best videos for fun...

Via everyday1ebook, whale watching
Karley Krzciuk's insight:

Funny video of how animals act like humans. Not only did we come from animals like the ape, but animals have adopted our actions over time. This is important to realize that everyone adopts others behavior. Whether it is animals adopt peoples actions or even humans adopting animals actions. 

everyday1ebook's curator insight, March 18, 2014 1:02 AM

Animals Acting Like Humans 2014 I Haven't Seen

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Can Animals Sense Earthquakes? | History of Geology, Scientific American Blog Network

Can Animals Sense Earthquakes? | History of Geology, Scientific American Blog Network | Animals |

“Highly unlikely, but not outside the realm of extreme possibilities.”
Mulder, F.W. in the “The Jersey Devil” (1993)

Via Sakis Koukouvis
Karley Krzciuk's insight:

I found this article interesting because some places in the world do not have the technology to detect earth quakes and do not have time to take precautionary measures so since they found out that animals do detect earthquakes, they can use their knowledge to help save peoples lives. It is important to realize that if you know your animals behavior and they start to act suspicious, you should not just play it off like no big deal because it could be the difference between life and death. If they can sense an earth quake coming, maybe in the future they can detect other natural disasters or problems within the Earth. 

Joshua Edwin Behning's comment, April 7, 2014 3:32 PM
I personal would say that when it comes to animals and detecting earthquakes sounds fair off, but i did hear that animals like horses can tell when a tornado is coming their way and I can believe that because animals have better senses than us.
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FYI: Do Animals Dream?

FYI: Do Animals Dream? | Animals |

Via Sakis Koukouvis
Karley Krzciuk's insight:

I think it is important to know whether or not your pet dreams. It helps you understand your pet because if you see it running and growling in his sleep, it may be best not to wake it up even though animals can enter dreams faster than us humans can. This is also important to know that certain animals do dream because if you have a pet that normally isn't suppose to dream, it is good to know when they are acting different in case they are sick or have something wrong with them. 

Amanda Weida's curator insight, November 6, 2014 2:45 PM

I wonder what they are dreaming of. Do they dream the same as humans? 

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What We Can Learn From Old Animals

What We Can Learn From Old Animals | Animals |

Isa Leshko, a fine art photographer, set out to capture glimpses of animals in their twilight years -- a therapeutic project inspired by caring for her mother with Alzheimer's disease.

Via Pedegru
Karley Krzciuk's insight:

Baby animals are always known as cute and adorable and the thought of them getting abused is always awful. But in this article, a photagrapher experiences aniimals that are older and bring attenetion to the older animals that do get abused. She see's these animals that are old and are being abused and thinks of her own mother that currenlty has Alzheimer’s and it I think it is a good way to see life and that everyone does get old and die so it is important to take care of others no matter how littlle or much attention they need.

Danica Kloes's curator insight, March 10, 2014 11:05 AM

This article tells a really beautiful story. I definitely agree that we value youth and beauty too much in this society, and not just in people, but in animals too. We always want the cutest puppies or the fluffiest kittens, but nobody thinks to adopt an older dog or cat. When I end up adopting, I plan on adopting older animals, but most people don't think that way. I think it's great what Leshko did, and I love the fact that she is a vegan. I always get angry when people talk about how they love animals, but then they sit down and eat a steak for dinner and don't think twice about it. People have a disconnect when it comes to animals; farm animals and old animals too. They would never think to eat their dog, but when it comes to a cow, they don't think twice. When it comes to old animals, people don't think that maybe the old animals could need a nice loving home. Of course the baby animals will all get adopted out; that's a given. But what about the old animals that people just glance over? Don't they deserve a happy home too? In all, Leshko sounds like a wonderful person that really cares about animals, and I think it's great that she's trying to show people how wonderful older animals can be.

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Talk to the Animals: What kids can learn from pets

Talk to the Animals: What kids can learn from pets | Animals |

IPets can be an awesome addition to the family, bringing us love, fun, company and cuddles. Happy childhood memories often include time spent with the family pet.

Via Peter Mellow, Angie Mc
Karley Krzciuk's insight:

I believe animals are important in the development of children. First, it is a good thing to have a gold fish to start off as an animal because if a child can take the responsibility of keeping a gold fish alive, then they are ready to move on to the next animal that may need a little more attention. By having a pet in the home, not only do they learn responsibility but they can also learn how to be caring towards the pet as well as learn companionship and maybe even learn new tricks to teach your dog!

Angie Mc's curator insight, January 28, 2014 3:32 PM

Our family life is enriched by our dog, Freedom, our cat, Leon, and our fish without a name.

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Myth Busting: The Truth About Animals And Tools : NPR

Myth Busting: The Truth About Animals And Tools : NPR | Animals |
Birds and wasps do it. So do octopuses, otters, polar bears and dolphins. A surprising number of animals use tools, and scientists say there are some widespread misconceptions.

Via Lisa A.F. Barefield
Karley Krzciuk's insight:

This article struck me about the amount of tools animals use to help the survive. This made me think about the pollution such as someone throwing their McDonald's cup out of their car window. It can not only make the environment look bad, but it is also affect millions of animals lives and their habitat which they need to survive. I couldn't image people throwing harmful chemicals into my room and around my food. 

Shelby.Golonka's comment, April 7, 2014 3:17 PM
I love this! I am going into a animal related field so this was interesting!
Karley Krzciuk's comment, April 7, 2014 3:30 PM
Hopefully you can help some animals out!
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Can Animals Commit Suicide?

Can Animals Commit Suicide? | Animals |
Do animals have the ability to commit suicide?

Via Sakis Koukouvis
Karley Krzciuk's insight:

In the article about "Can animals commit suicide?" it shows the importance of taking care and paying attention to pets. If the owner dies and the animal  does not receive attention as they were once given, it may result in your animal not eating and sleeping all day and eventually killing itself. I think that it is important to love and care for your animal in order for it to live a happy life. 

Amanda Waugh's comment, April 7, 2014 3:20 PM
This is so interesting, this shows that animals feeling mean just as much as peoples feelings.
Madison Neal's comment, April 7, 2014 3:28 PM
This is so sad. People need to stop hurting and abusing animals because they have feelings too.
genevieve heng's curator insight, August 3, 2014 11:23 PM