by Francis, Richard C., 1953-
Draws on history, archaeology, anthropology, and twenty-first-century ideas in biology to explain domestication as an evolutionary process. Full description
How the dog became the dog : from wolves to our best friends
Beyond words : what animals think and feel
The genius of dogs : how dogs are smarter than you think
Being a dog : following the dog into a world of smell
Are we smart enough to know how smart animals are?
Animals make us human : creating the best life for animals
The invaders : how humans and their dogs drove Neanderthals to extinction
Unlikely loves : 43 heartwarming true stories from the animal kingdom
Life everlasting : the animal way of death
The emotional lives of animals : a leading scientist explores animal joy, sorrow, and empathy--and why they matter
Once a wolf : the science behind our dogs' astonishing genetic evolution
Dogs that know when their owners are coming home : and other unexplained powers of animals
Stein, Sylvia tribute.
Animals and civilization.
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