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Animals Teach Us How to Be People (6 pics)

Posted in Pictures   22 Nov 2010   / 11942 views

These are some interesting observations that can tell you who is more humanize: a human or an animal. Animals can really teach us how to be people.

 

A lion never uses his strength to humiliate another

Bears don’t discriminate when their young are female

The only difference between panthers and leopards is color

When a dolphin finds a hurt dolphin, he helps it stay afloat

Elephants never abandon the elderly

When two clans of gorillas meet, they always avoid conflict




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xenomorph 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
trully heartbreaking...
       
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Alkhoren 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
But lions let the females hunt in lots of cases, bonobo uses a scapegoat in their society to blame it and hit it when they are irritated. Sometimes, dolphins kills their young, animals doesn't mate together is the partner is of a weird color. A specie of penguin live completly differently than another when the only differences are their color. The praying mantis eat the male after mating.
So while they may be things some people should learn from the animals, we can't say they are better than us, at least not all.
       
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Luckmann 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Much of this is simply not true. As Alkhoren said, on top of that, there are some "mitigating" circumstances to say the least. Dolphins regularly kills their young or engage in the killing of other animals for fun. A panther isn't a race on it's own; you can't compare it straight-over to a leopard, and the 'fact' that the only difference is colour simply isn't true, much like many breeds of dogs may appear similar, so may any animal labeled a "panther" compared to a jaguar. As for lions not using their strength to humiliate others; Hogwash. They regularly display acts of violence with the sole intent of establishing dominance over either it's females, or other males.

More recent studies even show that chimpanzees are divided into tribes that go on genocidal warfare against eachother.
       
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Mj 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Sometimes,
For no reason, chimpansees start beating the fuck out of one chimp.
Learn from that
       
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hatebreedvls 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
it does not have to be all true to awaken you so you do the best you can to your fellow man .Kindness is lost that's why the humanity goes to hell...That is not all bad..maybe if we kill each other the world will be a better place
       
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2Cool4Ice 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I wish i was drunk !!
You can't get lost if you follow your own path
       
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mash 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
- Lions: the strongest animal is first who eats, weak members may become even weaker
- Male bears: sometimes kill the young bears, so female bears can have his children earlier (young bears stay about two years with their mother)
- Male elephants: often walk alone and are sometimes very aggressive to all other elephants

So the world is not that good and nice ...
       
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Mr Ree 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Many male animals can lick their own balls. I wish I could lick my own balls - I would save a fortune on hookers.
       
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GOODSTUFF4U 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
weak but ok
http://www.facebook.com/goodstuff4u
       
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gigantes 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
to the people trying to refute this post by picking apart animals-

life is contradictory and paradoxical by its very nature. you cannot point to any one animal or any one human being and find an avatar of angelhood. such individuals exist only in the minds of religious zealots.

the original points in the post are all still very valid and the few attempts at refutations are absolutely incorrect. (i.e.- no, leopards / panthers and jaguars are not even close to being the same species)

you might say that animals could learn a lot from humans (very true), but the point of the post is to show that the reverse is also very true. and nothing about that fact has changed...
       
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Alkhoren 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
so you don't have a much different point from the others but you try to be original ? how vain

anyway best comment is Mr Ree's, i lol'd
       
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gigantes 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
so you don't have a much different point from the others but you try to be original ? how vain

what exactly are you trying to say?

is that some roundabout way of asking me to address your post? okay, here's a couple examples:


> lions let the females hunt in lots of cases

no, the job of lionesses is to hunt in all of the cases unless there is a dire emergency. the job of the males is to be the protector of the pride, and most of them die very young through this process.


> bonobo uses a scapegoat in their society to blame it and hit it when they are irritated.

first of all, bonobos and chimps are man's closest relative, with almost 99% DNA in common. i mean, have you ever hear the word "bully"?

second, bonobo and chimp societies are hierarchical in nature, meaning that the tendency is for there to -always- be a low-status member in the group; frequently picked on.


any other assumptions about animals that you want me to correct, little fruit fly?
       
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Peanut 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
The human species is the most violent, greedy, perverted, cruel of all. Animals don't start wars, kill or torture for fun or enslave other species. Only man does that.
       
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Bat Girl 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
It might not be true all of it, but still it's important!

Politeness and care for one another is underrated. What happen to it?
       














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