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Have you herd? It turns out cows have feelings, too.
by Eoin O'Carroll Staff writer
The Christian Science Monitor Translate This Article
2 April 2019
On 2 April 2019 The Christian Science Monitor reported:
Today, a shift is underway, as scientists and society alike begin to recognize a role for nonhuman animals' inner mental states. Scientists were not always so dismissive of animal emotions. Indeed, Charles Darwin published an entire book in 1872 detailing the continuity of emotional expressions between humans and animals. ... the shift back toward a recognition of the inner lives of animals has accompanied a shift in policy.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
In 1997, the European Union ratified a treaty recognizing animal sentience, and New Zealand and several European countries have banned using great apes in invasive experiments. In the United States, invasive testing on chimpanzees came to an end in 2015.
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