By Ken Yasukawa
Discover why animals do what they do, in accordance with their genes, physiologies, cultures, traditions, survival and mating merits, and evolutionary histories―and learn the way learning habit within the animal global is helping us comprehend human behavior.
• offers readers with own narratives from the researchers themselves, allowing infrequent insights into how researchers imagine and what drives their studies
• Explains animal habit at the animal's phrases instead of anthropomorphizing its activities as is usually performed within the well known press and the media
• incorporates a complete word list of behavioral terms
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While we know today that the latter viewpoint is primarily the case, the discussions surrounding these ideas, which encompassed aspects of animal behavior, were critical to the growing body of thought on how species arose and how they might adapt to different environments. IN THE BEGINNING : A HISTORY OF ANIMAL BEHAVIOR 47 The ﬁeld of ecology, though not quite as fully developed as we know it today, began to emerge during these decades based on the ﬁndings from the explorations, providing a solid basis for developing principles that could be applied across a wide range of locations and habitat types.
Animal Behavior: How and Why Animals Do the Things They Do by Ken Yasukawa