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Animal Behaviour quotes by Moby
#1. I believe that to knowingly commit actions that cause or condone suffering is reprehensible in the extreme. I call upon you to be compassionate and treat others as you want to be treated. If you don't want to be beaten, imprisoned, mutilated, killed or tortured then you shouldn't condone such behavior towards anyone, be they human or not. #Quote by Moby
Animal Behaviour quotes by Richard Mabey
#2. Their [cats] effortless passing between the wild and domestic worlds suggests the kind of grace we need as a species to move between nature and culture. #Quote by Richard Mabey
Animal Behaviour quotes by Yuval Noah Harari
#3. DNA is not an autocrat. Animal behaviour is also influenced by environmental factors and individual quirks. #Quote by Yuval Noah Harari
Animal Behaviour quotes by Garry Shandling
#4. The comic strip is what I looked at, and it's another reason I did it. The comic strip, where animals would comment on human behaviour, interested me. #Quote by Garry Shandling
Animal Behaviour quotes by Michelle Paver
#5. I'd been interested in animal behaviour as a teenager and had thought of studying it at one point. #Quote by Michelle Paver
Animal Behaviour quotes by Carl Sagan
#6. The sleeping style of each organism is exquisitely
adapted to the ecology of the animal. It is conceivable that animals who are too stupid to be quiet on their own initiative are, during periods of high risk, immobilized by the implacable arm of sleep. #Quote by Carl Sagan
Animal Behaviour quotes by David Moskowitz
#7. We sat perfectly still in the dim light as the wolf approached closer, head cocked, mouth closed, and ears semi-erect. With these signs of both curiosity and trepidation, it took a step forward and then backed off a ways, then took a few steps forward again. It lifted its nose and sniffed intently, and finally stopped at about eight feet away. For a moment all three of us were perfectly still, wondering what was going to happen next. #Quote by David Moskowitz
Animal Behaviour quotes by Jane Goodall
#8. When I began in 1960, individuality wasn't an accepted thing to look for; it was about species-specific behaviour. But animal behaviour is not hard science. There's room for intuition. #Quote by Jane Goodall
Animal Behaviour quotes by Israel Morrow
#9. I firmly disagree with anyone who says humans are the most advanced, or the most intelligent species on the planet. In fact, only three animals have ever threatened to kill me: humans, their dogs, and a particularly aggressive species of house spider. #Quote by Israel Morrow
Animal Behaviour quotes by Roland Barthes
#10. A romantic painting shows a heap of icy debris in a polar light; no man, no object inhabits this desolate space; but for this very reason, provided I am suffering an amorous sadness, this void requires that I fling myself into it; I project myself as a tiny figure, seated on a block of ice, abandoned forever. "I'm cold," the lover says, "Iet's go back"; but there is no road, no way, the boat is wrecked. There is a coldness particular to the lover, the chilliness of the child (or of any young animal) that needs maternal warmth. #Quote by Roland Barthes
Animal Behaviour quotes by Karen Marie Moning
#11. Ms. Lane."Barrons' voice is deep, touched with that strange Old World accent and mildly pissed off. Jericho Barrons is often mildly pissed off. I think he crawled from the swamp that way, chafed either by some condition in it, out of it, or maybe just the general mass incompetence he encountered in both places. He's the most controlled, capable man I've ever known.
After all we've been through together, he still calls me Ms. Lane, with one exception: When I'm in his bed. Or on the floor, or some other place where I've temporarily lost my mind and become convinced I can't breathe without him inside me this very instant. Then the things he calls me are varied and nobody's business but mine.

I reply: "Barrons," without inflection. I've learned a few things in our time together. Distance is frequently the only intimacy he'll tolerate. Suits me. I've got my own demons. Besides I don't believe good relationships come from living inside each other's pockets. I believe divorce comes from that.

I admire the animal grace with which he enters the room and moves toward me. He prefers dark colors, the better to slide in and out of the night, or a room, unnoticed except for whatever he's left behind that you may or may not discover for some time, like, say a tattoo on the back of one's skull.

"What are you doing?"

"Reading," I say nonchalantly, rubbing the tattoo on the back of my skull. I angle the volume so he can't see the cover. If he se #Quote by Karen Marie Moning
Animal Behaviour quotes by Rocky Marciano
#12. There is no doubt that man is a competitive animal and there is no place where this fact is more obvious than in the ring. There is no second place. Either you win or you lose. When they call you a champion, it's because you don't lose. To win takes a complete commitment of mind and body. #Quote by Rocky Marciano
Animal Behaviour quotes by Vincent Okay Nwachukwu
#13. Of what benefit is size to the elephant when though, being the largest jungle animal is not king of the jungle; not even uncle of the jungle? #Quote by Vincent Okay Nwachukwu
Animal Behaviour quotes by Francis Schaeffer
#14. Killing of animals for food is one thing, but on the other hand they do not exist simply as things to be slaughtered. This is true of fishing, too. Many men fish and leave their victims to rot and stink. But what about the fish? Has he no rights - not to be romanticized as though he were a man - but real rights? #Quote by Francis Schaeffer
Animal Behaviour quotes by Robert Pinsky
#15. The best argument for teaching poetry is to put a three-year-old or a four-year-old and read Dr. Seuss, or Robert Louis Stevenson, and to feel how the child and you are engaging in something that's really basic to the animal, which is passing on in these rhythmic ways, something that came from somewhere. #Quote by Robert Pinsky
Animal Behaviour quotes by Michael Crichton
#16. That is a transgenic animal. If he escapes he may transmit his genes to other parrots. #Quote by Michael Crichton
Animal Behaviour quotes by Carl Linnaeus
#17. Of what use are the great number of petrifactions, of different species, shape and form which are dug up by naturalists? Perhaps the collection of such specimens is sheer vanity and inquisitiveness. I do not presume to say; but we find in our mountains the rarest animals, shells, mussels, and corals embalmed in stone, as it were, living specimens of which are now being sought in vain throughout Europe. These stones alone whisper in the midst of general silence. #Quote by Carl Linnaeus
Animal Behaviour quotes by Jodi Picoult
#18. I would come to learn that the alpha female can read every single bit of food you put into your body. Make a choice that'a going to keep you strong and fit for the pack and you will pass muster; make a choice that's the equivalent of chocolate cake in the human world and you'll wind up urinating in streams to disguise your scent, or else suffer the consequences. #Quote by Jodi Picoult
Animal Behaviour quotes by John Cowper Powys
#19. What is the importance of human lives? Is it their continuing alive for so many years like animals in a menagerie? The value of a man cannot be judged by the number of diseases from which he escapes. The value of a man is in his human qualities: in his character, in his conscience, in the nobility and magnanimity, of his soul. Torturing animals to prolong human life has separated science from the most important thing that life has produced - the human conscience. #Quote by John Cowper Powys
Animal Behaviour quotes by Miriam Toews
#20. What you do at the pulpit would be considered lunatic behaviour on the street. You can't go around terrorizing people and making them feel small and shitty and then call them evil when they destroy themselves. You will never walk down a street and feel a lightness come over you. You will never fly. #Quote by Miriam Toews
Animal Behaviour quotes by Bonnie Jo Campbell
#21. Donkeys are the most misunderstood and abused animals around the world. #Quote by Bonnie Jo Campbell
Animal Behaviour quotes by Keisha Keenleyside
#22. Tom watched with his arms folded as the life that had been within Kobe died out, and the fire continued. #Quote by Keisha Keenleyside
Animal Behaviour quotes by Isaiah Berlin
#23. Understanding men or ideas or movements, or the outlooks of individuals or groups, is not reducible to a sociological classification into types of behaviour with predictions based on scientific experiment and carefully tabulated statistics of observations. #Quote by Isaiah Berlin
Animal Behaviour quotes by Edward Custo
#24. A year-long study by the University of Pennsylvania, ending in 2009 and published in the journal Applied Animal Behavior Science (Elsevier), showed that aggressive dogs who were trained with aggressive, confrontational, or aversive training techniques, such as being stared at, growled at, rolled onto their backs, or hit, continued their aggressive ways. Non-aversive training methods, such as exercise or rewards, were very successful in reducing or eliminating aggressive responses. #Quote by Edward Custo
Animal Behaviour quotes by Jean-Jacques Rousseau
#25. The animals you eat are not those who devour others; you do not eat the carnivorous beasts, you take them as your pattern. You only hunger for the sweet and gentle creatures which harm no one, which follow you, serve you, and are devoured by you as the reward of their service. #Quote by Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Animal Behaviour quotes by Victor Hugo
#26. First it was necessary to civilize man in relation to man. Now it is necessary to civilize man in relation to nature and the animals. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Animal Behaviour quotes by Winston Groom
#27. Things is very primitive in the jungle - no place to shit, sleep on the ground like an animal, eat out of cans, no place to take a bath or nothing, clothes is all rotting off. #Quote by Winston Groom
Animal Behaviour quotes by Jiddu Krishnamurti
#28. The earth doesn't belong to anyone. It is the land upon which all of us are to live for many years, ploughing, reaping and destroying. You are always a guest on this earth and have the austerity of a guest. Austerity is far deeper than owning only a few things. The very word austerity has been spoilt by the monks, by the sannyasis, by the hermits. Sitting on that high hill alone in the solitude of many things, many rocks and little animals and ants, that word has no meaning. #Quote by Jiddu Krishnamurti
Animal Behaviour quotes by Debasish Mridha
#29. Before hurting an animal, feel her pain and see her tears. Then question your conscience. #Quote by Debasish Mridha
Animal Behaviour quotes by Sheila Jeffreys
#30. The bonding of women that is woman-loving, or Gyn/affection, is very different from male bonding. Male bonding has been the glue of male dominance. It has been based upon recognition of the difference men see between themselves and women, and is a form of the behaviour, masculinity, that creates and maintains male power ... Male comradeship/bonding depends upon energy drained from women. #Quote by Sheila Jeffreys
Animal Behaviour quotes by Matshona Dhliwayo
#31. The fittest animal survives the jungle.
The weakest animal dies even if protected. #Quote by Matshona Dhliwayo
Animal Behaviour quotes by Elizabeth Kolbert
#32. For a long time, science has gone in the direction of sort of putting people in their place. We learned that the sun doesn't revolve around the Earth, the Earth revolves around the sun; we learned that we're just another species, evolved, like all other species, so we're just another animal, really. #Quote by Elizabeth Kolbert
Animal Behaviour quotes by W. H. Auden
#33. The countenances of children, like those of animals, are masks, not faces, for they have not yet developed a significant profile of their own. #Quote by W. H. Auden
Animal Behaviour quotes by Perry Farrell
#34. If you want a friend, feed any animal. #Quote by Perry Farrell
Animal Behaviour quotes by Tim Allen
#35. Man is the only animal to borrow tools. #Quote by Tim Allen
Animal Behaviour quotes by T. S. Eliot
#36. To communicate with Mars, converse with spirits,
To report the behaviour of the sea monster,
Describe the horoscope, haruspicate or scry,
Observe disease in signatures, evoke
Biography from the wrinkles of the palm
And tragedy from fingers; release omens
By sortilege, or tea leaves, riddle the inevitable
With playing cards, fiddle with pentagrams
Or barbituric acids, or dissect
The recurrent image into pre-conscious terrors
To explore the womb, or tomb, or dreams; all these are usual
Pastimes and drugs, and features of the press:
And always will be, some of them especially
When there is distress of nations and perplexity
Whether on the shores of Asia, or in the Edgware Road.
Men's curiosity searches past and future
And clings to that dimension ... #Quote by T. S. Eliot
Animal Behaviour quotes by Karen Davis
#37. I have been impressed by the realization that a few men have virtually 'decided' what experiences count and even exist in the world. The language of Western science
the reigning construct of male hegemony
precludes the ability to express the experiential realities it talks about. Virtually all the actual experiences of this world, expressed through the manifest and mysterious characteristics of all the different beings, are unrepresented in the stainless steel edicts of experts. Where is the voice of the voiceless in the scientific literature, including the literature of environmental ethics? #Quote by Karen Davis
Animal Behaviour quotes by Tippi Hedren
#38. I've always had a fascination for animals. I loved watching them, and even then I thought of them as beings rather than pets. I call it a birth affect! #Quote by Tippi Hedren
Animal Behaviour quotes by Guy Adams
#39. WATSON: -Sherlock is alarmingly well read.
SHERLOCK: -Nothing alarming about it.
WATSON: -'The Stray Animal Cook Book' by Alfred Bligh; "An Illustrated Guide to Human Decomposition' by Warren Court; 'How to Kill a Man with Cutlery' by Shelley Von Trampp. I stick by the word 'alarmingly'. #Quote by Guy Adams
Animal Behaviour quotes by Alden Bell
#40. And she's thinking of rage, like an ember or a burning acid swallowing up her knotted viscera. Blindness like the kind that leads men to perpetrate horrors, animal drunkenness, the jungles of the mind. #Quote by Alden Bell
Animal Behaviour quotes by Nikos Kazantzakis
#41. Zorba sighed. He lit a cigarette, took one or two puffs and then threw it away.
My country, you say? ... You believe all the rubbish your books tell you ... ? Well, I'm the one you should believe. So long as there are countries, man will stay like an animal, a ferocious animal ... But I am delivered from all that, God be praised! It's finished for me! What about you? #Quote by Nikos Kazantzakis
Animal Behaviour quotes by Vironika Tugaleva
#42. Compassion does not have to be a face-to-face relationship. Forgiveness does not imply friendship. Understanding why someone has inflicted pain on us is how we set ourselves free of the past, not how we excuse someone's behaviour so they can continue to abuse us. #Quote by Vironika Tugaleva
Animal Behaviour quotes by Gary A. Kowalski
#43. It is not just that animals make the world more scenic or picturesque. The lives of animals are woven into our very being - closer than our own breathing - and our soul will suffer when they are gone. #Quote by Gary A. Kowalski
Animal Behaviour quotes by Joy Williams
#44. Anthropomorphism originally meant the attribution of human characteristics to God. It is curious that the word is now used almost exclusively to ascribe human characteristics
such as fidelity or altruism or pride, or emotions such as love, embarrassment, or sadness
to the nonhuman animal. One is guilty of anthropomorphism, though it is no longer a sacrilegious word. It is a derogatory, dismissive one that connotes a sort of rampant sentimentality. It's just another word in the arsenal of the many words used to attack the animal rights movement. #Quote by Joy Williams
Animal Behaviour quotes by Lillian Hellman
#45. As others grown more intelligent under stress, I grow heavy, as if I were an animal on a chain. #Quote by Lillian Hellman
Animal Behaviour quotes by Ani DiFranco
#46. A little bird told me that jumping is easy and the falling is fun, right up until you hit sidewalk shivering and stunned. #Quote by Ani DiFranco

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