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WASHINGTON (AFP) - When people and animals know they are being watched, they behave in more positive ways toward others, according to a study published Thursday by the US magazine Science.
"When reputation is at stake, animals as well as humans switch from selfish to altruistic behavior, because only the latter is socially rewarded," said the report.
Originally posted by watch_the_rocks
Percentages arent right, but it gives you some idea as to what even a simple photocopy of a picture of an eye can do.