psychology

More animal adventures at the zoo

My co-writer has posted another article about our adventures at the zoo at his other blog Natural Athletics.

He focuses mostly on his personal interactions with the animals in the first half of the article (not to downplay those; a couple of moments as he describes them are amazing!), but I think the most important part of his article in the latter third where he discusses the health of animals when interacting with humans. Since my graduate work has been focused on what we can do to help enrich animals lives (including humans), I found this part particularly applicable to my own life and studies. But that’s just me.

Speaking of, I should really be writing my thesis right now…which hopefully explains the sporadic posting over the past, well, two years, but hopefully that will soon change. In the meantime…hi ho, hi ho, it’s off to word-processing I go…

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