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February 09, 2020 - Forbes

12 Funny Animal Photos: An Appetizer for the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2020

12 Funny Animal Photos: An Appetizer for the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2020
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We’re accustomed to watching animals talk, laugh, cry and express the wide range of human emotions through movies, television and cartoons.

That’s likely one explanation for the popularity of photos of animals displaying what appears to be those emotions “in real life.” Although still controversial, scientific research and empirical observation has shown that many animals indeed do have the capacity for love, fear, sorrow, guilt, anger, shame, disgust, empathy and even humor. The internet thrives on videos of pets that seem to be laughing or producing sounds similar to human laughter.

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