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By: Robert Lyle
82 pages, Col photos, figs
Study describing and comparing the behaviour of three captive packs of Iberian wolves (canis lupus signatus), based on daily observation over 12 years. It presents an alternative to traditional scientific theories of behaviour, which the author believes are too rigid and inadequately describe the richness and variety of behaviour he witnessed during his long association with wolves.
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