The Parrot's Lament: And Other True Tales of Animal Intrigue, Intelligence, and Ingenuity
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When a pig saves a drowning child, a parrot invites a wild bird over for dinner, and a hyena listens to chamber music -- what are they trying to do? What are they feeling? In short, can animals think? Scientists have tried to get at the answer to this absorbing question for decades. Now Eugene Linden, who has covered their efforts as a writer and journalist, turns the question on its head and looks at what animals reveal about their intelligence and their emotions through their natural reactions to the people and creatures around them.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - amaraduende - LibraryThing
Sooo interesting. The author says it's impossible to really know what's going on with somebody (someanimal) else, so arguing over what's intelligent and what's not is very difficult. So... let's just tell all these great true stories and see what impressions we're left with. Read full review
Review: The Parrot's Lament, and Other True Tales of Animal Intrigue, Intelligence, and IngenuityUser Review - Barb - Goodreads
This book reaffirmed my belief that we must treat animals as sentient beings, not just possessions for our entertainment or enrichment. Please read this, then afford all the creatures you meet with the dignity and respect they deserve. Read full review
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