By: Gabriela Staebler
176 pages, 200 illus
A photographic delight: the author of this volume looks at animals in South and East Africa from up close and shows us their emotions: the sadness of mourning elephants, the tenderness of lions, the glee of skipping zebra foals, and the many shades of rage that transform the face of tiger. Short, to-the-point texts offer a course in behavioral psychology, from how wild animals form friendships to the ways they express happiness, affection, envy and anxiety.
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