Bechly and host Casey Luskin discuss cattle and bison, horses and donkeys, the Asian black bear and the South American spectacled bear, and more.
Researchers have long assumed that people think like animals. But now we see that the equation reads the same in reverse: animals think like people.
We are informed at Nautilus, the Templeton Foundation’s magazine, that “ It’s time to take moral emotion in animals seriously.” Really?
The video compares humans and chimps, saying the latter’s behaviors and facial expressions are “eerily human.” I could say the same thing about my cat.
The video draws arrows from one species of fossil horses to the next and says “there is a constant change and we can see it directly through the fossil record.”