Mark Palmer

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Associate director of the international marine mammal project of the Earth Island Institute, in Berkeley, California

Mark Palmer on KCRW

Hundreds of supporters and critics of SeaWorld of San Diego made for a long meeting last week of the California Coastal Commission.

Sea World Can't Win for Losing

Hundreds of supporters and critics of SeaWorld of San Diego made for a long meeting last week of the California Coastal Commission.

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Scientists now believe that all mammals and birds — even the octopus — are conscious beings, capable of thinking, feeling emotion and suffering.

Americans' Evolving Attitude toward Animals in Captivity

Scientists now believe that all mammals and birds — even the octopus — are conscious beings, capable of thinking, feeling emotion and suffering.

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