By: Marian Stamp Dawkins
192 pages, B/w photos
Examines new discoveries in animal behaviour that have made the idea of consciousness on other species not just a vague possibility but a plausible, scientifically respected point of view. This idea is not in itself novel but Stamp Dawkins writes with a rare clarity and vigour.
"An impressive compendium of brilliantly lucid descriptions of reliable observations of the intricacy of animal behavior."--Times Higher Education Supplement
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