A baby interacting with an animal

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Alternative titles

  • baby-animal interaction (or without the hyphen?)
  • interaction between a baby and an animal
  • "human baby" instead of "baby"
  • contacts between a baby and an animal
  • preserving phylogenetic abilities in a human baby with the help of animals


animals are willing to help whenever they can. some individuals (to a lesser degree) and species are more eager to help, others less. animals that are well fed and domesticated instinctively feel when any interaction is beneficial for themselves but also for the other part. domesticated and well fed animals have a sense of altruism, curiosity and playfulness that helps them to interact in a mutually beneficial way. maybe domesticated animals have the best of both worlds: unlike the humans, they have kept their innate phylogenetic qualities even as juveniles and adults, but they are also (like the humans in most cases) peaceful enough and not in a constant struggle for daily survival like their wild ancestors so that they can interact with a human baby in best and phylogenetically most genuine way, partially even better than the other humans can with the baby. and thanks to these domesticated and well-nourished animals, the human baby can also acquire (respectively keep/preserve) its own phylogenetically genuine qualities during childhood, youth and adulthood in a similar way like a well nourished, domesticated animal is able - while at the same time also develop what makes the species homo sapiens unique and intelligent in a very genuine and specific way (for example mathematics) among all other species. like that, humans of all ages can find back and preserve to their phylogenetically inherited qualities.

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See also shared eating