Part of the difficulty has been the way in which animals express emotions. Many have fewer facial muscles, can't cry, make different noises, or use less familiar techniques to provide an indication of what's going on inside their heads. When a monkey smiles, it is usually out of fear or submission, not out of friendliness. When a dog "smiles" it is usually because you are about to be bitten. Modern research strongly suggests that animals do indeed feel emotions, and indeed suffer from a wide range of emotion-related ailments, such as chronic stress and depression.
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But how much of our belief in animal emotions is a projection of our own emotions?Much s'emploie devant un nom indénombrable et many devant un nom dénombrable
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