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A new study found that cats, dogs, pigs, horses, pigs and dogs are among the most popular animals for art.

The animals were chosen because they are known for their intelligence, cunning and beauty.

The study was published online by the journal ZooKeys.

Art has always been a source of fascination for humans.

But this study suggests that art may be a universal human attraction.

The researchers said the most powerful attraction is a strong, powerful bond with animals.

The researchers say the popularity of the animal-inspired art is probably because the animal is a social animal.

People like to share things, have fun with each other and share their own experiences.

Animals have evolved over millions of years, according to the study.

They are often found with young, playful babies, and are also used for transport.

They also tend to be a part of societies, and they are often the ones who share things and experience life.

The research is an extension of the research from 2015 that looked at the relationship between art and animals in the UK.

In that study, the researchers found that art was a key attraction for people who were attracted to animal-related art.

In this study, they looked at a broad range of art, from paintings and sculptures to street art and urban design.

Art can be a powerful source of affection and support, the study said.

Art is a powerful bonding and source of social support, but can also be a source that can lead to a negative experience.

It also found that a strong bond with an animal, which is a source for the artist, can lead people to feel guilty for not loving their pets more.

The study also showed that animals are popular with the people who are most attracted to art.

People with a strong love of animals have a greater desire to engage with art, and more likely to engage in it.

It is therefore likely that these people are attracted to animals because they can relate to the way the animals look and behave.

The finding of a strong link between art, animals and people is not surprising.

Art is a universal universal human fascination, the authors of the study write.

“Animals are a highly social animal and can be highly valued as a source, a source who can provide a source and a source is likely to be very important to people’s feelings of love and support,” the researchers wrote.