Why do Americans apply the word “murder” to “hornets”? This is a question The New Yorker asked On Wednesday. “Murder requires intent. We are not talking about bears or tigers that murder people, ”the author explained, while explaining their thought process. They suspect that the Monicker is a garbled translation of the Japanese “Satsujin Bachi” or “Killer Hornet”.
This caused a considerable back and forth in Gizmodo today when we questioned the nature of the murder, the nature of the intent, and the nature of nature itself. Hudson “Mungojerrie” Hongo, Gizmodo’s domestic cat, immediately interfered with his own observation of people and their deeds. “The main distinction between humans and animals is Scheming. Man is an animal that plans, ”he said.
Hmm. Science editor Rose Pastor countered this spider that makes false spiders;; This was certainly an example of devilishly creative plans. Lead reporter Andrew Liszewski jumped in with Trickster Dolphins chasing the fool fish. Damn, editor-in-chief Kaitlyn Jakola pointed to a chimpanzee squad Stealth raid on their enemies – war is a scheme of the most insidious diversity. But Oxford’s online dictionary Are defined Scheme, the verb used to “make plans, particularly in a crafty manner or with the intention of doing something illegal or wrong.” Can animals commit crimes?
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