How Do We Know What Emotions Animals Feel?

How Do We Know What Emotions Animals Feel?

A dog gives a protective bark, sensing a nearby stranger. A cat slinks by disdainfully, ignoring anyone and everyone. A cow moos in contentment, chewing its cud. At least, that’s what we may think animals feel when they act the way they do.

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