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The Animal in Its World (Explorations of an Ethologist, 1932-1972), Volume One: Field Studies

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ISBN 9780674037243

Publication Date: 08/30/1974

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348 pages

111 halftones

The Animal in its World (Explorations of an Ethologist, 1932-1972)

United States and its dependencies only

  • Foreword by Sir Peter Medawar, FRS
  • Introduction
  • References to the Original Papers
  • Section I: Observational and Interpretative Studies
    • Author’s Notes
    • 1. Comparative Studies of the Behaviour of Gulls
  • Section II: Field Experiments
    • Author’s Notes
    • 2. The Homing of Philanthus triangulum
    • 3. How Philanthus Finds Its Prey
    • 4. Landmark Preference by Homing Philanthus
    • 5. The Behaviour of the Grayling Butterfly
    • 6. Egg Shell Removal by the Black-Headed Gull: I
    • 7. Egg Shell Removal by the Black-Headed Gull: II
    • 8. Egg Shell Removal by the Black-Headed Gull: III
    • 9. Food Hoarding by the Fox
    • 10. Living Scattered as a Defence against Predation

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