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1.) Swamp Fox - 02/04/2022
[QUOTE]If we are interested in animals’ relationship to death as a topic on its own, and not only in relation to humans, we have to also look way beyond practices that we can identify with. One example is when pets feed on their owners after they die. “This is an extremely common phenomenon, much more common than we want it to be,” Monsó said. Even with dogs, who have strong bonds with their owners, “we’ve seen examples of dogs eating their owners 45 minutes after the owner died and with food in their bowl.”

Monsó said the pattern of eating is also different than when a dog would be scavenging; when dogs scavenge, they usually eat the abdomen area first, but in these cases dogs focus on the face. “It’s a very disturbing behavior, but I think it's a super interesting one,” Monsó said. “But it's only discussed in forensic science papers. I think one of the reasons may be why it hasn't been deemed relevant until now has to do with the fact that it's not a behavior that we can really relate to.”


2.) bluecat - 02/04/2022
Swampy, focus!
3.) crookedeye - 02/04/2022
swampy..swampy swampy!! what are you saying
4.) Swamp Fox - 02/05/2022
[QUOTE=crookedeye;65736]swampy..swampy swampy!! what are you saying[/QUOTE]

If you and I suddenly stop posting and no one finds any trace of our bodies, I want everyone to ask some questions ... Though I doubt the cats and the centipedes will respond....