• James H.
    07/19/2018 11:01

    Why would animals not be aware of their own mortality? Many animals grieve the death of their loved ones, so they must realize that it comes to all of them sooner or later. We have seen many instances where animals have proven to be highly intelligent.

  • Jeffrey H.
    07/19/2018 11:52

    The mice and rats get cat lady disease :-)

  • Saptarshi D.
    07/19/2018 11:57

    This is crippling depression

  • George R.
    07/19/2018 13:17

    So much to learn

  • Ludmilla T.
    07/19/2018 14:20

    Well, for the bees it is apparently totally normal to leave their beehive at some point. Not to commit suicide but to leave the room for a new generation. It's in their behavior. They know it's a risk but they are doing it anyway and try their best to relocate. For the rest of the animals, I'm not really sure what's going on for every of them, but for dolphins and orcas imprisoned, or any animal imprisoned actually - bears, elephants, tigers..., it is a very sad story, they just don't belong in a f*cking pool or a cage :'(

  • Nina C.
    07/19/2018 14:20

    There have been cases of perfectly healthy dolphins in captivity that just don't come up for air after showing signs of depression. There's no way animals in captivity don't suffer from mental health issues

  • Felipe A.
    07/19/2018 14:29

    So why, does an elephant moarn the death of a member for days?

  • ValeBettow R.
    07/19/2018 14:33

    Same as us...

  • Robert B.
    07/19/2018 14:59

    This is the saddest thing I have ever seen, says cath

  • Sandy R.
    07/19/2018 15:09

    When I was a teenager my parents friends dog committed suicide. He had many attempts before he managed it, eventually he drowned himself in a 2 inch deep puddle. 😢

  • Leah C.
    07/19/2018 15:51

    Had a male beta fish who comitted suicide by jamming his body head first into a conk shell at the bottom of his tank after his female companion died. We thought one of the cats had got him because he was just gone one day. It took quite a decent tug with a pair of pliers to get him out. He was just a fish, but man, did that break my heart..

  • Kelly B.
    07/19/2018 16:44

    Well, yes. They will stop eating to transition. Call it what you want. 🤷🏼‍♀️

  • Sabatina M.
    07/19/2018 17:33

    Whats the point in being Born.

  • Patricia B.
    07/19/2018 18:57

    Nunca había oído de esto

  • Beahr G.
    07/19/2018 19:13

    I see it in humans when a loved one passes on, the other morns and eventually gives up...... animals are no different. I am experiencing this right now.with my 18 yr old cat who lost his sister 8 months ago... he truly has never been alone and I find that when I leave him only for a few hours. his depression level is at a high..sometimes he hides which is not a good sign.

  • Lucie J.
    07/19/2018 21:41

    Of course. Like the penguins.... so sad.

  • Leticia D.
    07/19/2018 22:37

    Scientists are Idiots and usually Male Idiots believe this Shit that Animals do not inner-stand...Who of them would want to exist in this patriarchal man made shit hole! Of course they Know!

  • Leticia D.
    07/19/2018 22:38

    The only stupid beings on this Earth are dip shit hu-MANS! Duh!

  • Kitz K.
    07/20/2018 02:08

    I believe animals know more and are smarter than we realize.

  • Katyayni C.
    07/20/2018 05:49

    right to die