Creson, Thomas (2017) Animal models, agendas and sentience. Animal Sentience 13(10)
Michael L. Woodruff, Consciousness in teleosts: There is something it feels like to be a fish
Woodruff’s target article on teleost consciousness is a well-organized logical argument for considering the fish as a sentient being. This becomes more important for animal ethical discussion as the fish becomes a more important and legitimate animal model for investigating animal states and traits associated with higher levels of behavior such as learning and memory.
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