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Questions pertaining to the identity or biology of animals mentioned in Jewish texts literature, or the status of animals in areas of Jewish law, such as diet or damages.

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once, else the wild beasts would multiply to your hurt. If the wild animals presented such a threat, why weren't they a part of the spies mission objectives? …
asked Jun 29 by Al Berko
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I'm looking for Rabbinical/Kabbalical explanations for the resemblance between animals and humans, especially mammals and apes. This is [partially only] influenced by the series of question on the …
asked Dec 6 '18 by Al Berko
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creation. otherwise, why would the Torah need to add extra words השדה and השמים to designate that only the wild animals were created then? Can this verse serve as proof that the animals were domesticated? …
asked Mar 9 by Al Berko
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In the creation of animals the Torah does not mention that they were created male and female: וַיַּעַשׂ אֱלֹהִים אֶת־חַיַּת הָאָרֶץ לְמִינָהּ וְאֶת־הַבְּהֵמָה לְמִינָהּ וְאֵת כָּל־רֶמֶשׂ … אִישׁ וְאִשְׁתּוֹ We do see that the Torah assigns importance to the sex of the sacrifice animals and other cases. Why this simple fact would be ignored by the Torah? …
asked Mar 20 by Al Berko
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. (Ber 1.21) Why is the creation of Taninim (not sure what they are) worth special mentioning and not as a part of all sea and land animals? …
asked Oct 29 by Al Berko
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The sizes of Gad and Reuben tribes were pretty average, however, Torah states that their livestock was disproportionally big (Num 32): וּמִקְנֶה רַב הָיָה לִבְנֵי רְאוּבֵן וְלִבְנֵי־גָד עָצוּם מְא …
asked Jul 28 by Al Berko
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Following the deleted question: "swallowing-permitted-species-alive", If one swallows a small fish or a bird or a Kosher grasshopper whole and alive, does he transgress Evar Min Hachai? If yes how ma …
asked Feb 24 by Al Berko
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If I recall correctly, the sources say the idol was created grown up and fully functioning. Even if it was still in infant stages, Bava Kamma 65b: אמר רבא שור בן יומו קרוי שור (DonielF) accordin …
asked Mar 11 by Al Berko
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My last question "Adam's about naming taxonomy" wasn't so popular, but it presented my view on the logic of naming the animals. Acc. to Bereishit_Rabbah.17.4 naming the animals represents the …
asked Mar 9 by Al Berko
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We know that in the process of the creation of Man, his body was shaped from the earth but his soul (נשמה) was blown by G-d. Animals, IIRC, appeared from the earth and from the water already with their souls (נפש). Where did the animal souls come from - from G-d or from the Earth? …
asked Oct 28 by Al Berko