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Sarah Cunningham

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Professor in the Captive Wildlife Care and Education Program at Unity College in Maine

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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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