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by Desmond MORRIS

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ISBN:
0224025953
Author:
Desmond MORRIS
Category:
Biological Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jonathan Cape; 1st ed. edition (1988)
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1213 kb
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Rating:
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Watching books (previous titles examined cats and dogs) are a step . Desmond Morris is a true expert

Watching books (previous titles examined cats and dogs) are a step backwards for Morris. The title in hand offers questions and answers about the physiology and behavior of horses plus horse lore. Desmond Morris delights animal lovers once again in this book of facts and lore. 25 black-and-white drawings. Desmond Morris is a true expert. I have read many of his books and find each one to offer great insight into the mind and behaviors of its subject. Thank you, Mr. Morris, for helping me to understand what these great animals are thinking and how they are communicating with us and each other.

Desmond Morris is a professional zoologist and studied animal behaviour with the famous Dutch ethologist Niko Tinbergen at Oxford University. Why do we say 'it is raining cats and dogs'? Desmond Morris. Although for the past twenty years he has in his books (from The Naked Ape to Bodywatching) concentrated on the human species, his professional eye has constantly been focused on animals and their fascinating behaviour.

Desmond Morris delights animal lovers once again in this book of facts and lore. Desmond Morris flavors this book with his brilliant way of translating what he sees, hears, and smells to create a solid picture of what a horse is all about. This is not another run of the mill book about horses, it really gives a peek into their soul.

In Illustrated Horsewatching Desmond Morris gets out to answer these and numerous other questions of consuming .

In Illustrated Horsewatching Desmond Morris gets out to answer these and numerous other questions of consuming interest to horse-lovers. As a zoologist and a lifelong student of animal behaviour, Desond Morris approaches the horse world in an unusual way, dealing with topics often ignored in the equine literature

Desmond Morris delights animal lovers once again in this book of facts and lore. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound.

Desmond John Morris FLS hon. caus. born 24 January 1928) is an English zoologist, ethologist and surrealist painter, as well as a popular author in human sociobiology. He is known for his 1967 book The Naked Ape, and for his television programmes such as Zoo Time. Morris was born in Purton, Wiltshire, to Marjorie (née Hunt) and children's fiction author Harry Morris. In 1933, the Morrises moved to Swindon where Desmond developed an interest in natural history and writing.

Desmond Morris is the author of "Catwatching" which sold 120,000 copies in 18 months. Having explored the world of cats and dogs, the author turns his zoological mind to horses and such questions as: How intelligent are they? How do they greet each other?

Desmond Morris is the author of "Catwatching" which sold 120,000 copies in 18 months. His book "The Naked Ape" sold eight million copies. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Having explored the world of cats and dogs, the author turns his zoological mind to horses and such questions as: How intelligent are they? How do they greet each other? Why does a horseshoe bring good luck? Why do we not eat horses? Product Identifiers.

Horsewatching is an entertaining discussion about the horse

Horsewatching is an entertaining discussion about the horse. Best of all, this information comes in an interesting, easy-to-read, and easy-to-find format. It's a great book for horse lovers everywhere.

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How many horse breeds are there? Now Morris answers these and 40. .

How many horse breeds are there? Now Morris answers these and 40 other equine questions with the same sort of good-natured mini-essays that made Dogwatching and Catwatching (both 1987) so enjoyable. Why Does A Horse Whinny And Everything Else You Ever Wanted To Know.

Horsewatching
  • Xanna
Desmond Morris flavors this book with his brilliant way of translating what he sees, hears, and smells to create a solid picture of what a horse is all about. This is not another run of the mill book about horses, it really gives a peek into their soul.
  • Hbr
The book was laid out in sections like how horses see. Easy reading and informative.
  • Mavivasa
A+++
  • Togar
If you like horses this is a book you must read. You may know a lot of the things that are depicted in it, but not in the precise way there are explained. Desmond Morris observation of animal behavior is accurate and will reaffirm your love for horses.
  • Ballagar
Enjoyed the book and learned some basics. Some questions are still not answered, but I think it's a good start.
  • Anicasalar
Desmond Morris is a true expert. I have read many of his books and find each one to offer great insight into the mind and behaviors of its subject. Thank you, Mr. Morris, for helping me to understand what these great animals are thinking and how they are communicating with us and each other.
  • Linn
This book had been recommended by a friend. Loads of horse related information which I never knew.
In excellent condition.
A Classic Desmond Morris book , small in words great in content, good for horse lovers and to understand Desmond Morris career

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