I have one idea. Look around in your home. I am sure you will find at least one aunt. One aunt is good enough to kill 2-3 hour of time. Just look at it. Observe her movement. Analyze it. Compare his movements with our world. Have you ever observed an aunt talking with each other? Whenever one aunt finds something eat she will announce this to his all fellow aunts. They will make one long queue. All aunts will follow one line. And an aunt coming from one direction will talk with an aunt coming from another direction. What they will be talking about??
If you are not able to find an aunt, no problem. Go out in street and find a dog. Just look at it. Observe its movement. Analyze that and have your comments on it. This solution is somewhat costly because people in society will look at you when you will be observing a dog.
- Sometimes when ever we look at lion we thinks that lion is angry right now. Sometimes we thinks that he is sad right now. But how much true is that? Does animal expresses their feelings the same way we does? Lion may be expressing his feeling of angriness or sadness way different than us.
Does animal express their feelings the same way we does? Not necessarily. Lion may have been expressing his feeling of angriness or sadness in different way than us.
- How we identifies different people? How you says that he is x, she is y, this is z. Probably from face and figure. That is how human beings differentiates other human being. What about animal? Are not all cows look same to us? When in other city, have you ever felt that "Oh ! I have seen this cow in my hometown"? Question is, how one animal identifies other animals? Certainly the way we identifies other human being is not the way animals identifies other animals. We may think that this cow is same as that cow. But in reality it is not.
How one animal identifies other animals? Certainly, the way we identifies other human being is not the way animals identifies other animals. We may perceive that this cow is same as that cow. But in reality it may