T/F: dolphins are more advanced than humans

Request: According to hypnosis sessions that Dolores Cannon had performed, she discovered, through engaging with her clients' subconsciousness, that a soul can only reincarnate into dolphins and whales after they have mastered being human.


They usually feed on the ground and eat almost anything—typically earthworms, insects and other small animals, seeds, and fruit; also garbage, carrion, and chicks they rob from nests

T/F: dogs can sense a psychopath

Dogs have unique and heightened senses that may help us identify good and bad people. Moreover, Dogs can even reveal a psychopath upon meeting one!


"a small nectar-feeding tropical American bird that is able to hover and fly backward, typically having colorful iridescent plumage" -- Google dictionary

sloth (animal)

Sloths are so named because of their very low metabolism and deliberate movements... Their slowness permits their low-energy diet of leaves and avoids detection by predatory hawks and cats that hunt by sight --wikipedia

Guinea pig

Domesticated rodent from South America

keeping birds in cages

We love birds for their colour and singing, but all of us have to put them in a cage or a room, is that a bad thing ? --request

sea turtles

Reptiles are at 40 in TvF. The alligator and snake are each at 45 (TvF).


Migratory birds and birds of prey are at 105, and song birds at 125, according to Truth vs. Falsehood.

honey badger / ratel

They feed on small animals and fruit and on honey... Ratels are strong, fearless fighters but in captivity can become tame and playful.

guard dog

dog used to watch for and guard property against unwanted or unexpected human or animal intruders --wikipedia


domestic llama (Lama glama), by request


In the same family as doves, which are calibrated at 145 in Truth vs. Falsehood.

giant panda

"it shares characteristics with both bears and raccoons. However, molecular studies indicate the giant panda is a true bear, part of the family Ursidae" --wikipedia

marsupials: kangaroo, koala, opossum, Tasmanian devil, wallaby

"All extant marsupials are endemic to Australasia and the Americas. A distinctive characteristic common to most of these species is that the young are carried in a pouch." --wikipedia