"The most remarkable aspect of this capability in animals to feel love, anger, distress, sadness, loneliness, joy or grief is that it usually is more honest and straight forward than in humans." - Martha Collignon, Guadalajara, México,
First part of this article , I am sure would have kindled your heart through beautiful pics though sad...
Nature always teaches love and harmony ... I would like to share with you some more from the book - THE EMOTIONAL LIVES OF ANIMALS.
" Information like this has often been dismissed as Anthropomorphism - the mistaken attribution of human characteristics to animals. Such Anthropomorphism does exist (it made a fortune for Disney). However, when it comes to basic emotions, the argument should run the other way. Humans have retained emotions that existed in our animal ancestors. Denial of this amounts to a kind of creationism which attributes to humans a special status that completely separates them from other animals"
- Dr. Glenn King, Monmouth University, West Long Branch NJ USA.