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Pig Sentience

Pigs can feel pain and fear and isolation causes them stress. They can learn from each other, show empathy, use mirrors to locate food and enjoy being given brain-teasers.

This briefing outlines recent investigations into pig sentiency from the scientific literature.

Pig Sentience
13/02/2020

Examples from the scientific literature of the many impressive ways that pigs display their sentiency.

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