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Dogs' Need For Human Companion Similar to Children Needing Parents - Nature World News

Dogs' Need For Human Companion Similar to Children Needing Parents - Nature World News | Children and nature | Scoop.it
Nature World News Dogs' Need For Human Companion Similar to Children Needing Parents Nature World News The bond between humans and their pet dogs shares striking similarities between parent-child relationships in humans, according to a new study,...
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YOU CAN HELP A CHILD EXPLORE NATURE - Quad-City Times - Quad City Times

YOU CAN HELP A CHILD EXPLORE NATURE - Quad-City Times - Quad City Times | Children and nature | Scoop.it
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Much has been written about today's children and their disconnect with nature.
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Tel Aviv University researcher says plants can see, smell, feel, and taste

Tel Aviv University researcher says plants can see, smell, feel, and taste | Children and nature | Scoop.it
Increasingly, scientists are uncovering surprising biological connections between humans and other forms of life.
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Kids should know their raspberries from BlackBerrys - Belfast Telegraph

Kids should know their raspberries from BlackBerrys - Belfast Telegraph | Children and nature | Scoop.it
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The issue is not only with food, but an increasing disassociation with nature.
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I will think about this as I visit Chelsea flower show in May and tip my hat to Alan Titchmarsh's. Of course there will be no actual hat as I dont have the hair for hats.

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How Crows Recognize Individual Humans, Warn Others, and Are Basically Smarter Than You

How Crows Recognize Individual Humans, Warn Others, and Are Basically Smarter Than You | Children and nature | Scoop.it

This excerpt, from the great new book Gifts of the Crow: How Perception, Emotion, and Thought Allow Smart Birds to Behave Like Humans, by John M. Marzluff and Tony Angell, details an experiment in which students and faculty at the University of Washington tried to discover if crows can recognize individual humans--and what they'd do with that information. . . .


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The intelligene of crows would shock most people if we took the time to watch their behaviour

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