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Does anyone else compare people to animals?


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People can be "apex predators". They may use different means to catch and kill their prey, but ultimately their methods are usually far superior to animals in a similar context. And which animals ranked as top apex predators have created methods to kill that can potentially wipe out most life on the entire planet? Uh-huh.

And which animals compare themselves to people? Oops...never mind I can think of at least five of them.



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Yosemite park ranger on the difficulty of providing bear-proof garbage cans: "There is a considerable overlap between the intelligence of the smartest bear and the dumbest tourist."
One of the really big differences between humans and most mammals is our hidden, frequent estrous.

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