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The Others How Animals Made us Human

By: Paul Shepard
374 pages, Illus
Publisher: Island Press
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Wide-ranging examination of how diverse cultures have thought about, reacted to, and interacted with animals, in which Shepard argues that humans have evolved in part by watching other animal species and participating in their world. Shephard is one of the most original thinkers in the field of human evolution and ecology. His other books include Thinking Animals, The Tender Carnivore and The Sacred Game.

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By: Paul Shepard
374 pages, Illus
Publisher: Island Press
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