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Yup, complex speech is a good place to start!
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No, I watched a special on NatGeo and they had several big cats they followed who began killing for sport. They were young males. They have found that same quality in rogue male adolescent grizzly bears.
Wow, I've never heard of that duffsmom, maybe it depends on how one defines 'sport'.
wow. well, i've been wrong before. . that's very interesting, though. Makes me wonder what other animals would do so
Maybe, although it would be hard to know for sure if this didn't occur with some non-humans. Chimps are coming to mind with dominant males, not sure if that's the same thing.
Birds definitely get pleasure out of picking on one another. Some smarter, ill-mannered birds may also find it amusing to scare, injure, or humiliate people. The "commotion" that follows pleases them I think.