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|Abstract||Which nonhuman animals experience conscious pain? Common sense suggests that the answer is obvious for all mammals and birds: they do! But people's intuitions begin to waver when it comes to reptiles, amphibians, ﬁsh, or invertebrates. Do lobsters feel pain when boiled alive? A recent study by the Norwegian government said that they don't. But Norway has a signiﬁcant lobster ﬁshing industry to protect, so it's easy regard the study with suspicion.|
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