Bullfighting and Evolution
By Jack Nelson
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Published: Feb. 18, 2012
Words: 1,090 (approximate)
The author explores ancient and future aspects of bullfighting, its meanings and importance aside from the bloody show itself.
Bullfighting is more than a bloody spectacle. It must be seen in a context going back to pre-history, and extending into our distant future. Biology, ecology, economics, evolution,and more. Our own nature is tied to the picture.
, animal rights
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