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Aristotle divided the living world between animals and plants, and this propagated hierarchical thoughts which today reached an argument that animals are unable to enter into a social contract or make moral choices, and therefore cannot be regarded as possessors of rights. Animal law courses are now taught in 97 out of 180 law schools in the United States, and animal rights is routinely taught in universities as part of applied ethics or philosophy courses.

Raptors

Raptors
To fly or not to fly? The feather is 150 millions of years old invention.

Sheep

Sheep
Black Sheep were a bunch of World War II nutty fighter-pilots - aired on NBC TV show (1976-8).

Animal rights

Animal rights
50 to 100 million animals worldwide — from zebrafish to non-human primates — are used in research tests annually.

Primates

Primates
The primate lineage is thought go back to at least 65 mya

Frogs

Frogs
The order of frogs (Anura) contains 4,810 species

Reptiles

Reptiles
All reptiles breathe using lungs.

Cats

Cats
There are 40 known cat species today which have all descended from a common ancestor about 10.8 million years ago.

Panda

Panda
The Giant Panda has a diet that is exclusively of bamboo.

Bears

Bears
Six bear species as vulnerable or endangered

Koala

Koala
The word koala comes from Dharuk gula, erroneously said to mean "doesn't drink".

Avian

Insects

Insects
Insects are the most diverse group of animals on the Earth, with over a million species

Marine

Marine
A large amount of all life on Earth exists in the oceans

Squirrel & rivals

Squirrel & rivals
Squirrels are often the cause of power outages.

Zebra

Zebra
There are three species of zebra: the Plains Zebra, Grevy's Zebra and the Mountain Zebra.

Deer

Deer
Deer are the ruminant mammals forming the family Cervidae.

Heron

Heron
The classification of the individual heron/egret species is difficult.

Hippos

Hippos
Hippos and whales may have shared a common semi-aquatic ancestor 60 million years ago.

Wild Horses

Wild Horses
Humans began to domesticate horses around 4500 BC.

Hummingbirds

Hummingbirds
Hummingbirds' heart rate can reach as high as 1,260 beats per minute.

Bird couple

Bird couple
Silver-breasted Broadbill (Serilophus lunatus)

Wolf

Mandrill

Mandrill
Most mandrill adult males are solitary.

White elephant

White elephant
A white elephant is a valuable possession which its owner cannot dispose.

Jungle out there

Jungle out there
Serengeti National Park was established in 1951.

African cave art

African cave art
The oldest art objects in the world were discovered in a South African cave.

Mad dog - chain free

Mad dog - chain free
Mad Dog is a song by Deep Purple from The House of Blue Light.

Bug's life

Bug's life
A Bug's Life made approximately $162.7 million in its US.

Chameleons

Chameleons
Chameleons are didactyl having sharp stereoscopic vision and depth perception

New Year bone

Eagle

Out of space

Zoo



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