Zoopharmacognosy: how self-healing animals could save humans

Red-and-green macaws (Ara chloroptera) eating clay in order to aid digestion. Photo by: Rhett A. Butler. As humans we take many things for granted. When we come down with a sore throat, a fever, or the dreaded stomach flu, we drag our aching bodies into our cars and visit the doctor. Animals have no such … Continue reading Zoopharmacognosy: how self-healing animals could save humans