vegan news anti-speciest news animal rights news
vegan news anti-speciest news animal rights news

sentience

May 01, 2019 - BBC News

Six ways nature loves or hates music

Six ways nature loves or hates music
CockatooFile Photo / © Photabulous!

On the surface, the way we create and respond to music seems like a fundamentally human trait. Music triggers all sorts of emotions; it makes us smile, laugh, cry, workout harder, reevaluate our lives.

But, as it turns out, it isn’t just us humans that enjoy music. Scientific studies have uncovered weird and wonderful ways in which music has an effect on species of all sizes.

Read more at BBC News


Sentience — Feature Articles

Most Read - Last 30 Days

  1. Over 260 million cows will not be celebrating Mother's Day this year
  2. Vegan artist: Portraits of elderly farm animals from farm sanctuaries
  3. Is microdosing LSD a solution to the 'crisis of meaning' in modern life?
  4. Polish animal activists work to save herd of wild cows
  5. Earth's extinction rates accelerating with one million species threatened, UN warns
  6. We’re Entering a New Age of Meatless Meat Today. But We’ve Been Here Before
  7. Chewy is going public: 5 things to know about the 'pet humanization' products seller
  8. Digging In: Adherence to Plant-Based Diets Linked to Fewer HF Hospitalizations
  9. Eat less meat – the debate hots up
  10. The English vegetable pickled by candelight

Some photos and photo services
generously donated by Photabulous

Photabulous

Fabulous Photos

PARIS · TORONTO · AMSTERDAM