Intelligence in Animals
Reader's Digest Association, 1997 - Nature - 160 pages
Scientists and philosphers from the time of Aristotle to the mid-19th century believed that the lives of animals were guided by instinct alone. Then the Englishman Charles Darwin made the daring assertion that animals can reason. Are animals intelligent? Scientists who study them and the way in which they behave cannot agree on an answer.
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