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Understanding Animals - a guide to animal communication and behaviour By Thomas Janak
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Thomas Janak is an holistic animal healer, pet psychologist, reiki master and wolf expert and he specialises in animal communication. His workshops and talks brought him to all sorts of places from... More > all over the UK and Scotland, Ireland to the USA. This book helps you understand your pet and even offers you ways to communicate with animals on a spiritual level and also gives clean cut advise on how to help your animal without the use of any drugs or chemicals ... a must have for all animal lovers< Less
Understanding Animals - a guide to animal communication and behaviour By Thomas Janak
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Thomas Janak is an holistic animal healer, pet psychologist, reiki master and wolf expert and he specialises in animal communication. His workshops and talks brought him to all sorts of places from... More > all over the UK and Scotland, Ireland to the USA. This book helps you understand your pet and even offers you ways to communicate with animals on a spiritual level and also gives clean cut advise on how to help your animal without the use of any drugs or chemicals ... a must have for all animal lovers< Less
Volume 0776, ANIMAL --- Animal sexual behaviour By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 0776, ANIMAL---Animal sexual behaviour Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture towards the inhuman scale of... More > big data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to Lulu.com for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
Cat Behaviour & Training By Chris Suckow
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Ever wondered how to train your cat? This book explains everything you need to know. From how to stop your cat jumping on the tables to controlling feline aggression. Written by a vet and cat... More > behaviour expert. Previously unpublished.< Less
Cat Behaviour & Training By Chris Suckow
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Ever wondered how to train your cat? This book explains everything you need to know. From how to stop your cat jumping on the tables to controlling feline aggression. Written by a vet and cat... More > behaviour expert. Previously unpublished.< Less
Instincts and Mechanism of Behaviour By Andreas Sofroniou
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An instinct is the mechanism by which animals and humans can perform complex behaviour patterns without learning or conscious effort. Instinctive behaviours are inherited and have evolved to be... More > adaptive, fitting the organism to its particular role. Instinct is of particular importance in animal behaviours such as courtship, mating, and other reproductive activities. More general behaviours such as feeding and defence may have an instinctive base. Many birds, some grasshoppers, frogs, and a number of other animals have song or call patterns that attract mates and are based upon instinct. Instinctive behaviours often require a stimulus or releaser to initiate them. The herring-gull chick pecks the red spot on the adult's bill, releasing its instinctive feeding behaviour. A releaser will operate only if conditions, both internal and external to the organism, are suitable.< Less
Instincts and Mechanism of Behaviour By Andreas Sofroniou
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An instinct is the mechanism by which animals and humans can perform complex behaviour patterns without learning or conscious effort. Instinctive behaviours are inherited and have evolved to be... More > adaptive, fitting the organism to its particular role. Instinct is of particular importance in animal behaviours such as courtship, mating, and other reproductive activities. More general behaviours such as feeding and defence may have an instinctive base. Many birds, some grasshoppers, frogs, and a number of other animals have song or call patterns that attract mates and are based upon instinct. Instinctive behaviours often require a stimulus or releaser to initiate them. The herring-gull chick pecks the red spot on the adult's bill, releasing its instinctive feeding behaviour. A releaser will operate only if conditions, both internal and external to the organism, are suitable.< Less
Universally Preferable Behaviour - A Rational Proof of Secular Ethics By Stefan Molyneux
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In many fairy tales, there lives a terrible beast of stupendous power, a dragon or a basilisk, which tyrannizes the surrounding lands. The local villagers tremble before this monster; they sacrifice... More > their animals, pay money and blood in the hopes of appeasing its murderous impulses. Year after year, decade after decade, wave after wave of hopeful champions try to match their strength, virtue and cunning against this terrible tyrant. Try – and fail. Inevitably, a man steps forward who strikes everyone as utterly incongruous. He is a stable boy, a shoemaker’s son, a baker’s apprentice – or sometimes, just a vagabond. This book is the story of my personal assault on just such a beast. This “beast” is the belief that it is impossible to define an objective, rational, secular and scientific ethical system. This “beast” is the illusion that morality must forever be lost in the irrational swamps of gods and governments, forever lacking logical justification and clear definition...< Less
The Language of Animals By Daniel Deleanu
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This first grammar of the language of animals is a thorough analysis of the way in which animals verbally communicate and why we must consider their vocalizations a genuine language. Daniel Deleanu... More > holds, among several other degrees, a doctorate in philology with the distinction magna cum laude. He is also a poet, novelist and the author of numerous books which cover such diverse areas as the mysterious Dakini language of Tibet (which he has managed to eventually crack), general and specialized linguistics, philosophy, religious studies, and literary criticism. An accomplished translator, he has made new English versions for many important books, which include the Bhagavad Gita, Yoga Sutra, Shiva Samhita, Dakini Sutra, Dakini Tantra, the Mayan Paris Codex, the Gospel of Thomas, the Gospel of Abgar, Heraclitus’ philosophical fragments, Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Tractatus, Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto, and the poetry of the likes of Sappho, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Paul Celan and Mao Zedong.< Less
Animal Rhymes By Joy Greyvenstein
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Children of all ages can enjoy reading this delightful little book. There are funny rhymes about the animals behaviours. The illustrations are very cute and fun to look at.

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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