Paula Casal

ICREA researcher, co-director of the del UPF Center for Animal Ethics and president of the Great Ape Project-Spain.

We talk to the expert sociobiologist awarded with the Crafoord Prize in Biosciences
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Jeff McCurry In 1986, a 5-year-old (Levan Merritt) fell into the gorilla enclosure at Jersey Zoo, broke his skull and arm, and was bleeding and

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The need for green fiscal reform is urgent in the face of climate change. Some oppose it, however, arguing that such reforms disproportionately burden poorer individuals whose emissions are far smaller than those of wealthier individuals.
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Tony Hisgett Some animal species are extreme k-strategists; i.e. they invest enormously in very few offspring rather than very little

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Robin Dunbar (Liverpool, 1947), professor at the University of Oxford and member of the British Academy,

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© Christine Panagiotidis Frans de Waal (Netherlands, 1948) is one of the leading primatologists of all time.

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© John French   «All hominids take great care during pregnancy, avoiding danger, political struggle and rugged

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There are various medical conditions that make women lose babies during pregnancy. That is why several enlightened countries facilitate the transplantation of foetuses either free or at token cost. Unfortunately, Spain is not one of them but many women and groups think it should be. Becoming a mother or father is simply too important to allow red tape to stop volunteers from helping couples have a child.
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