The Inner Life of Animals
Author Peter Wohllenben returns with the second book in the Mysteries of Nature trilogy, following the wonderfully insightful The Hidden Life of Trees. The Inner Life of Animals is full of surprises and delights as it invites us into the minds of many creatures, showing how they think, feel and know in much the same way as we do. Ravens call their friends by name, goats discipline their kids, deer grieve for loved ones and rats regret bad choices.
Wohlleben's style is humorous and accessible as he recounts tales of devotes pigs, two-timing magpies, and scheming roosters, shining a light on the emotions and intelligence of other species. He combines the latest scientific research into how animals interact with the world, with his own observations and anecdotes from his life in the fields and forests. Animals differ from us in many, often amazing ways, and yet they're so much more like us than we could have imagined.
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