The smile of a dolphin: remarkable accounts of animal emotions

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Discovery Books, Oct 10, 2000 - Nature - 224 pages
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A fascinating look at the complex emotional lives of animals presents firsthand accounts by leading animal behavior researchers that offer a compelling argument that humans are not the only creatures to experience emotion, in a collection that includes contributions by Jane Goodall, Roger and Deborah Fouts, Sue Savage-Rumbaugh, and others. 25,000 first printing.

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User Review  - Margy - Goodreads

A very sweet book chronicling various animal species and different ways they display emotions - providing overwhelming evidence that animals really do experience love, grief, joy, etc. (as if I ever doubted!!) Read full review


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Marc Bekoff, a professor in the department of Environmental, Population, and Organismic Biology at the University of Colorado, Boulder, is a fellow of the Animal Behavior Society. Bekoff is the author of several books and lives in Boulder, Colorado.

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