By: JT Bonner
216 pages, 50 figures
Delightfully illustrated and provocative book arguing that animals do have culture. The author provides examples of five categories of behaviour leading to non-human culture: physical dexterity; relations with other species; auditory communication within a species; geographic locations; and inventions or innovations.
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