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In addition, investigations of the foraging of insect pollinators, such as honeybees, have led to impressive increases in agricultural crop yields throughout the world.) are animals themselves, and most humans are deeply interested in the lives and minds of their fellow humans, their pets, and other creatures.British ethologist Jane Goodall and American field biologist George Schaller, as well as British broadcaster David Attenborough and Australian wildlife conservationist Steve Irwin, have brought the wonders of animal behaviour to the attention and appreciation of the general public.I have Asperger's Syndrome (A high functioning form of autism that greatly affects social skills and social interactions).I was also assaulted, threatened and had my phone stolen from my cousin approximatly an hour before i commited my offence.Initially, animals were probably observed for practical reasons because early human survival depended on knowledge of animal behaviour.
This whole ordeal has left me with a bruise on my right eye and an injured leg which I have been prescribed some lotion for.
However, I did grow particularly concerned by the fact that he had a large army knife and one of the attachments was an axe head. I would be sitting on his bed, then he would stand up in front of me, put his hand on my throat and pin me back on his bed, all while being verbally abusive.
I didn't say anything to him because I didn't want to provoke him, as he is quite a dangerous character and I wasn't sure what he was capable of. He also would push the spinning chair with wheels back as I sat down on it.
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