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Tabatha Bundesen’s pet Tardar Sauce became an Internet sensation known as “Grumpy Cat” for a resting facial appearance that resembles a look of dissatisfaction. Now, scientists are starting to be able to read animal emotions from their expressions. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)

Animal emotions stare us in the face — are our pets happy?

Scientists are beginning to link animal facial expressions to emotions, making it possible for us to understand how they feel.
Same face, different impressions. Shutterstock/lipik

Let’s face it, first impressions count online

If you're looking online for new love, a new job or just to meet up with new friends, then a lot rests on the face you present to the world.

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