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Big Question

This week's big question:

Do dogs cry?

Answer:

Biologists think that only humans really shed tears. Dogs don't cry, although their eyes may look watery at times. Even our closest relatives in the animal world, apes, don't cry.

However animals can certainly feel and show emotion. Most mammals make noises of some sort to show anxiety, sadness and fear.

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