A social animal is a loosely defined term for an organism that is highly interactive with other members of its species to the point of having a recognizable and distinct society.

A few species, notably insects of the orders Hymenoptera (ants, bees and wasps) and Isoptera (termites) show an extreme form of sociality, involving highly organized societies, with individual organisms specialized for distinct roles. This form of social behavior is referred to as eusociality. Some vertebrates, most notably the Naked Mole Rat, are also eusocial.

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“The Visual Arts have become increasingly linked to the humanities. This trend is a mistake and that mistake has had consequences deleterious to the seriousness with which the arts are taken.” MARJORIE GARBER Director of the Carpenter Center for the Visual


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“The Visual Arts have become increasingly linked to the humanities. This trend is a mistake and that mistake has had consequences deleterious to the seriousness with which the arts are taken.” MARJORIE GARBER Director of the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University.

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