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Best of March, 2014

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March was a busy month! Here’s everything I wrote last month.

Here on The Thoughtful Animal:
Oil Pollution is Making Gulf Dolphins Sick
Studying Contagious Yawning Might Help Us Build Better Societies
The Turtle with Human Eyes
When Animals Act Like People in Stories, Kids Can’t Learn

At Conservation Magazine’s Conservation This Week blog:
Move Over, Chickens! How Can Koalas More Safely Cross Roads?

Are All Home Gardens The Same?
Sea Level Rise Threatens Our Cultural Heritage, Too.
The Mauritius Kestrel is a Scrappy Bird But Will It Survive Humans?

And in the Conservation Magazine Spring 2014 print issue:
Do Animated Animals on the Big Screen Promote Conservation on the Ground?

In my BBC Future column, Uniquely Human:
Can you die of a broken heart?

Why do animals adopt?

In The Washington Post:
Ailing dolphins found in aftermath of 2010 gulf oil spill.

In the Scientific American March 2014 issue:
Thought Control
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In the March 2014 issue of the Association for Psychological Science Observer Magazine:
Giving Psychological Science Away, Online

I also started at io9 in March. Here are the longer features I wrote over there:
Learn How To Be A Better Wildlife Photographer
Crows Understand a Fundamental Part of Logical Reasoning
How Do Pandas Eat So Much Bamboo?
More Reasons To Stop Watching Animal Planet
About That Giraffe and the Dying Zoo Worker: Your Questions, Answered
What Do Animals Sound Like In Different Languages?

Of Flies And Men: What Scientists Are Learning About Insect Aggression
Ukrainian Presidential Estate Included a Private Zoo
How Elephant Armies Built the Ancient World
Why You Should Care That Sea Cucumbers Are Going Extinct
What Can Crows and Ravens Teach People About Resisting Temptation?
Why Elephants Can Recognize Human Voices
New Law Could End Killer Whale Shows in California

Header photo copyright Jason G. Goldman

Jason G. Goldman About the Author: Dr. Jason G. Goldman received his Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology at the University of Southern California, where he studied the evolutionary and developmental origins of the mind in humans and non-human animals. Jason is also an editor at ScienceSeeker and Editor of Open Lab 2010. He lives in Los Angeles, CA. Follow on . Follow on Twitter @jgold85.

The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of Scientific American.





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