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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

In paragraph 4, why does the author discuss both Southern Africans and Northern American Indians?


To focus on the animals both cultures used to accomplish difficult tasks.


To further emphasize his point about animals' ability to master a universal language.


To highlight their positive relationships with the animal kingdom.


To criticize their abuse of certain animals as part of hunting rituals.

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