Do Dogs Recognize Themselves 
in the Mirror?

How our pets perceive themselves is different from 
how we see ourselves — and also the same.

If you put some tape on the forehead of a chimpanzee or a dab of cream on his nose, he will see those things on himself in the mirror and work to take them off. Dolphins also appear to have passed what is called the “mirror mark test,” at least to some degree. Not so, […]
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