that was your answer, not a scientist's answer.<quoted text>
Morality is a social trait that evolved in many species which offered an advantage in the natural world, thus they performed better under the pressures of natural selection. It is part of the behaviors we label as instinctive, which is a collection of inherited social and personality traits passed through genetics.
Give me something that scientists can't actually answer, please.
animals do not possess a moral conscience.
ONLY humans do.
that is a fact.
If morality was simply a "trait" then everyone would opperate on the same level of moral standards.