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All animals are prone to stress, a recent study shows, and can be caused by a number of factors related to the animal’s diet and habitat, as well as climate and geographical factors. When this occurs, stress factors manifest in the senses, and send alarm signals to the hypothalamus gland, located in the brain. This releases the stress hormone, cortisol. Cortisol mobilizes the whole body’s energy, which can allow the animal to perform at an accelerated rate. In urgent situations, the animal may achieve at levels that are impossible under normal circumstances; think of the mother that lifts a car to save her child.
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