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fairness...

non-human animals do not appear to be driven by such ethical factors, although i - indeed anyone - can not possibly know what is going on within another. non-human animals appear to be driven by biological imperatives; survival, reproduction, etc. but again, not possible to know. human animals, at least modern "civilized" ones, appear to be driven by all kinds of other factors, in addition to the biological ones that drive all of life. whatever it is that seems to differentiate humans from other animals, definitely does NOT help the human world. unless you consider the ability to have a meeting with 10 people spread across the globe - or the ability for 10 people to travel across the globe for a meeting - to be a vital need for the human animal, that is.