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The Minds and Manners of Wild Animals

William Temple Hornaday, american zoologist, conservationist, taxidermist, and author (1854-1937)


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Table of Contents

- About This Book

- Motto

- Dedication

- Preface

- Fareword

- Parti. A Survey Of The Field

- Chapter I. The Lay Of The Land

- Chapter Ii. Wild Animal Temperament And Individuality

- Chapter Iii. The Language Of Wild Animals

- Chapter Iv. The Most Intelligent Animals

- Chapter V. The Rights Of Wild Animals

- Part Ii. Mental Traits Of Wild Animals

- Chapter Vi. The Brightest Minds Among American Animals

- Chapter Vii. Keen Birds And Dull Men

- Chapter Viii. The Mental Status Of The Orang Utan

- Chapter Ix. The Man Likeness Of The Chimpanzee

- Chapter X. The True Mental Status Of The Gorilla

- Chapter Xi. The Mind Of The Elephant

- Chapter Xii. The Mental And Moral Traits Of Bears

- Chapter Xiii. Mental Traits Of A Few Ruminants

- Chapter Xiv. Mental Traits Of A Few Rodents

- Chapter Xv. The Mental Traits Of Birds

- Chapter Xvii. The Training Of Wild Animals

- Part Iii. The Higher Passions

- Chapter Xviii. The Morals Of Wild Animals

- Chapter Xix. The Laws Of The Flocks And The Herds

- Chapter Xx. Plays And Pastimes Of Animals

- Chapter Xxi. Courage In Wild Animals

- Part Iv. The Baser Passions

- Chapter Xxii. Fear As A Ruling Passion

- Chapter Xxiii. Fighting Among Wild Animals

- Chapter Xxiv. Wild Animal Criminals And Crime

- Chapter Xxv. Fighting With Wild Animals

- The Curtain

GENRE
Science & Nature
RELEASED
2015
February 11
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
419
Pages
PUBLISHER
The Perfect Library
SELLER
FB Editions
SIZE
650.2
KB

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