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The Human Side of Animals - Royal Dixon
The following passage is an excerpt from a book that explores the concept that animals possess human characteristics.

Dixon, Royal. The Human Side of Animals. New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1918. Print

Based on paragraph 1, the author would most likely agree that


animals are capable of reasoning.


animals can become violent when provoked.


animals are capable of communicating, but only with their own species.


animals are unable to understand humans.

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