Animal Mosaic - Connecting Welfare Worldwide
Welcome to Sentience Mosaic. This unique interactive website, a part of the broader Animal Mosaic, is dedicated to animal sentience. It provides a credible source for all scientific investigations into or related to this diverse research area. Animal sentience is of international concern and of growing interest across many disciplines and sectors. The scientific community’s understanding of sentience is crucial in affecting how we treat animals, both in our work and everyday lives. Understanding how animal sentience is relevant to your field can also further your work in a number of positive ways – these are explored in the resources provided here. In addition, Sentience Mosaic offers an opportunity to broaden your scientific connections and promote your research.
Luigi Baciadonna, PhD student, Queen Mary University of London, discusses his research conducted at Buttercups Sanctuary for Goats, UK.
Jessica discusses her research on the expression of emotions in animals.
Helen Proctor, World Animal Protection, talks about her recent research exploring measures of positive emotions in dairy cows.
This video shows a study which explores whether dogs can sense human emotions.
This research explored if the percentage of visible eye white can be used as an indicator of emotional state in dairy cows
Alex Taylor, University of Auckland, describes a study demonstrating that crows can reason.
Crayfish exhibit a form of anxiety, similar to that described in vertebrates. Fossat, P., Bacque-Cazenave, J., De Deurwaerdère, P.,Delbecque, J.P., Cattaert,D. (2014). Science