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Do animals have free will?

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posted on Aug, 31 2010 @ 08:51 PM
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You tell me.
Here's the situation, 2 dogs in the room male and a female.
Male has the favorite bone of the day and is chewing on it.
Female wants the bone as he has it and it must be the tasty one.
Female jumps up on the bed and starts to bark intensively at something outside of the window.
Male drops everything and heads out of the room for the doggie door.
Female jumps off the bed as if she was taking pursuit and stops short of the bedroom door and grabs the newly discarded bone.
Goes to the corner and starts chewing.
Male gets back in the room and knows he's been DUPED.
He takes the bone away and continues chewing.
Would that be free creative thinking by a Dog?

True story the female has duped the male in a few ways,




posted on Aug, 31 2010 @ 09:00 PM
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Yes my dog and many other get in the trash and know its wrong and take evasive action when confronted.




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