If you are going to hold humans to a higher standard than other animals, that would imply that humans are special and unique.
Why not just say that humans, unlike other animals, have developed the verbal capacity to pass on specific knowledge gained from experience to subsequent generations. Every animal species
by definition and every one is unique. Can you weave an oriole nest? Can you dive to the bottom of the ocean and resurface on one lungful of air? Can you survive on an exclusive diet of eucalyptus leaves?
You seem to be advancing contradictory arguments.
I'm not advancing any arguments, I'm simply pointing out where yours go wrong.
You wouldn't want sea otters to be the dominant species on the planet. And chimpanzees have no idea of woman's rights. I dont think we want them either. Animals rape and kill. They fight wars and commit slavery. They violently steal territory from their own species and other species with no regard for the others.
FFS, speak for yourself. Again, you're holding animals which don't possess a verbal culture to human standards. That's asinine. You're imposing human sentimentality on the behavior of creatures which aren't human. If humans didn't exist no one would care. "Women's rights" among chimpanzees is a ridiculous concept and is simply not an issue.
If you hate humanity, you arent going to find other species any better.
Another meaningless statement. Ranking species as to which ones are "good" and which ones are "bad" based on the humanoid qualities they exhibit is both juvenile and arrogant.