Study shows the temperature of a cow's nose can reveal their inner emotions

Thursday, January 22, 2015 - 09:10 in Psychology & Sociology

Global campaigning organisation, World Animal Protection, have published the first study exploring whether nasal temperatures can be used as a measure of positive emotions in cows. Published in this month's Physiology and Behaviour journal, the science team working at the charity highlight how the findings from their study could provide a way of assessing positive emotions in cows.

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