biobigotry
 n.— «Biobigotry is different from the impulse to avoid organisms that can hurt or sicken us, like yellow jackets, mosquitoes or poison ivy, or to fend off traditional household pests like mice and roaches. Rather, it is the dislike we direct toward creatures that live outdoors and generally mind their own business, but that behave in ways we find rude, irritating, selfish or contemptible.» —“Noble Eagles, Nasty Pigeons, Biased Humans” by Natalie Angier New York Times Apr. 29, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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