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Media & Press

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BBC News - Kangaroos can 'communicate' with humans

Scientific American - Kangaroos with Puppy Dog Eyes

New York Times - ‘A Social Species’: How Kangaroos Communicate With People

University of Sydney - What's up Skip? Kangaroos really can 'talk' to us


The Independent - Anger as Instagram refuses to remove ‘vile’ videos of animal cruelty published as ‘entertainment’

Earth.com - Distress calls from baby chicks predict the health of the whole flock

People - Study Finds Goats Can Understand Human Gestures Like Pointing

Animal Professional Podcast by DOOBERT.COM -  Supporting animal rescue organizations and their volunteers by improving the coordination and communications required during animal rescue - WEB LINK

The Guardian - Goats can distinguish emotions from each other's calls


National Geographic - Goats can perceive each other’s emotions from their voices

New Scientist - Goats reveal their feelings with the sound of distinctive bleats

The Washington Post - Step one for befriending a goat: Smile

China Daily - I'm not kidding: Goats can read your face

The Hans India - Goats prefer smiling human faces to grumpy ones

JORNAL DA USP (BRAZIL) - Cabras surpreendem cientistas ao identificar expressões faciais humanas

Europe1 (France) - Les chèvres préfèrent les visages heureux

BBC News - Goats drawn to happy human faces

SCIENCE - Goats know what their friends sound like

SCIENCE - These goats stare at men—when they want help

BBC News - Cow researchers find meanings behind moos


BUZZFEED - A 3-Step Guide To Knowing If Your Goat Is Happy


National Public Radio (NPR) - How Can You Tell If Your Goat Is Happy? Now We Know!

BBC News - Cow researchers find meanings behind moos

BioMed Central - Goats, the boffins of the farmyard


Modern Farmer -  Goats Smarts: No longer the Barnyard Idiots

SpiegelZiegen errinnern sich an komplizierte Tricks

Goats: far more clever than previously thought, with excellent memory

PHYSORG - Fight or flight? Vocal cues help deer decide during mating season 

The Age - Size matters in the naming game


Huffington PostBaby Name And Gender: Do Parents Unconsciously Pick 'Big' And 'Small' Sounding Name?


The TelegraphBoys' names designed to 'sound larger'


Daily MailParents' choice of name for their child influenced by evolution: Male names much more likely to contain 'larger' vowels to sound more masculine


The IndependentParents influenced by evolutionary tendency when naming children


BBC NewsHappy goats: How animal rehab works


SEEKERGoats Can Recover From Neglect


World Animal Protection - Does prior neglect affect the mood of goats?


Science World ReportSanctuary: Animals Find a New Life in a New Home


Independent.ieMother Goats 'Know Kids' Voice' After a Year Apart


Sydney Morning Herald - Goats Remember Kids' Voices After 12 Months


Huffington PostMother Goats Remember Kids' Bleats Even After Long Separation, Study Shows


InkfishGoat Moms Recognize Their Kids Saying "Ma!"


New York TimesMother Goats Can recognize Kids Bleats After Separation


ScienceDailyGoat Kids Can Develop Accents

New ScientistYoung goats can develop distinct accents

Pour La Science (in French) - L'accent des chèvres

Corriere Della Sera (in Italian) - Anche le capre hanno un loro accento 

National Geographic Brazil (in Portuguese) - Cabras podem desenvolver sotaques, revela pesquisa

Scientific American - Upbleat Finding: Kids Start to Sound Alike over Time

New Dairy Goat JournalResearch Shows Goats Recognize Voice Calls

SciencelineAre you my mother?

BBC Earth NewsGoats recognise their kids' voices

El Mundo (in Spanish) - Female deer confirm bigger is not always better when choosing a mate 

ScienceDailyFemale deer confirm bigger is not always better when choosing a mate

The GuardianWomen with high-pitched voices go nuts over men with deep voices

Dradio.deBei Damhirschen altert auch die Stimme mit

PHYSORGHonest Deer Every Year

PHYSORG - Fallow deer become hoarse in the hunt for a mate

CountrylifeDeer become hoarse in the hunt for a mate

Hirsche - Heiser durch Partnersuche

Medical Xpress - Disease clues passed from mothers to offspring

BBC AutumnwatchListen to an audio interview with scientist

Dr. Alan McElligott who studies fallow deer

Daily TelegraphFemales prefer 'a low a deep groan'

Science DailyHonest Lovers? Fallow Buck Groans Reveal Their Status And Size During The Rut

Science DailyMother Deer Cannot Recognize The Calls Of Their Own Offspring But Sheep And Reindeer Can


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