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From the co–author of the New York Times bestseller When Elephants Weep comes a book that uses true stories backed by scientific research to explore the way young animals discover their worlds and learn how to survive. How does a baby animal figure out how to get around in the world? How much of what animals know is instinctive, and how much must they learn? In Becoming a Tiger, bestselling author Susan McCarthy addresses these intriguing matters, presenting fascinating and funny examples of animal behaviour in the laboratory and in the wild. McCarthy shows us how baby animals transform themselves from clueless kittens, clumsy cubs, or scrawny chicks into efficient predators, successful foragers, or deft nest–builders. From geese to mice, dolphins to orang–utans, bats to (of course) tigers, McCarthy''s warm, amusing, and insightful examinations of animal life and developments provides a surprising window into the mental worlds of our fine fuzzy, furred, finned, and feathered friends. oReaders will be fascinated by a close look at animal intelligence, learning, and family life. Susan Mccarthy, Books, Science and Nature, Becoming a Tiger: How Baby Animals Learn to Live in the Wild Books>Science and Nature, HarperCollins

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From the co-author of the "New York Times" bestseller "When Elephants Weep" comes a book that uses true stories backed by scientific research to explore the way young animals discover their worlds and learn how to survive. How does a baby animal figure out how to get around in the world? How much of what animals know is instinctive, and how much must they learn? In "Becoming a Tiger," bestselling author Susan McCarthy addresses these intriguing matters, presenting fascinating and funny examples of animal behaviour in the laboratory and in the wild. McCarthy shows us how baby animals transform themselves from clueless kittens, clumsy cubs, or scrawny chicks into efficient predators, successful foragers, or deft nest-builders. From geese to mice, dolphins to orang-utans, bats to (of course) tigers, McCarthy's warm, amusing, and insightful examinations of animal life and developments provides a surprising window into the mental worlds of our fine fuzzy, furred, finned, and feathered friends. oReaders will be fascinated by a close look at animal intelligence, learning, and family life. Becoming a Tiger: How Baby Animals Learn to Live in the Wild McCarthy, Susan, Harper Perennial

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From the coauthor of the New York Times bestseller When Elephants Weep comes a book that uses true stories backed by scientific research to explore the way young animals discover their worlds and learn how to survive. How does a baby animal figure out how to get around in the world? How much of what animals know is instinctive, and how much must they learn? In Becoming a Tiger , bestselling author Susan McCarthy addresses these intriguing matters, presenting fascinating and funny examples of animal behaviour in the laboratory and in the wild. McCarthy shows us how baby animals transform themselves from clueless kittens, clumsy cubs, or scrawny chicks into efficient predators, successful foragers, or deft nestbuilders. From geese to mice, dolphins to orangutans, bats to (of course) tigers, McCarthy's warm, amusing, and insightful examinations of animal life and developments provides a surprising window into the mental worlds of our fine fuzzy, furred, finned, and feathered friends. oReaders will be fascinated by a close look at animal intelligence, learning, and family life. Nature Nature eBook, HarperCollins

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Becoming a Tiger: How Baby Animals Learn to Live in the Wild
Autor:

McCarthy, Susan

Titel:

Becoming a Tiger: How Baby Animals Learn to Live in the Wild

ISBN-Nummer:

0060934840

From the coauthor of the bestselling "When Elephants Weep" comes a new book that combines science and true stories to explore the way animals discover their worlds, learning what they must know to survive.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780060934842
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0060934840
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2005
Herausgeber: PERENNIAL
418 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,371 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 0060934840

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