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Books > Science & Mathematics > Biology, life sciences > Zoology & animal sciences > Animal behaviour

Animal Behavior (Paperback, 11th Revised edition): Dustin Rubenstein, John Alcock Animal Behavior (Paperback, 11th Revised edition)
Dustin Rubenstein, John Alcock
R1,220 Discovery Miles 12 200 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

A comparative and integrative overview of how and why animals as diverse as insects and humans behave the way that they do, linking behaviors to the brain, genes, and hormones, as well as to the surrounding ecological and social environments.

Natural Selections - The African Wanderings of a Bemused Naturalist (Paperback): Don Pinnock Natural Selections - The African Wanderings of a Bemused Naturalist (Paperback)
Don Pinnock
R149 R132 Discovery Miles 1 320 Save R17 (11%) Ships in 4 - 8 working days

It soon became clear that Africa was far more than political skulduggery, starving refugees and mind-numbingly overcrowded cities. It was also full of the most astounding creatures on earth that did the damnest things. Did you know that albatrosses use howling jet streams to criss-cross the planet? Or that dams cause earthquakes? Or maybe that most seahorses dance at dawn?" the author writes in the preface of this extraordinary title. This title, which is drawn from the author's monthly columns for "Getaway" on natural history, is full of humour, detail and speculation. It moves between disciplines as "nature's many quirks" are revealed and "startlingly large questions are dredged from little things ordinary folk pass over with hardly a glance.

Animal Behaviour - Mechanism, Development, Function and Evolution (Paperback): Chris Barnard Animal Behaviour - Mechanism, Development, Function and Evolution (Paperback)
Chris Barnard
R1,400 Discovery Miles 14 000 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

'Animal Behaviour is an important and popular subject, but all too often core texts focus on easy-to-digest aspects of the field. Barnard's book is different. He covers all the current, as well as historically important, aspects of animal behaviour with a clarity that encourages curiosity. This book takes a much needed, deep and serious look at the most popular subject in organismal biology. 'Mike Siva-Jothy, University of Sheffield'This excellent textbook deals with the complexities of animal behaviour in a readable and informative style. Its balanced treatment of mechanisms, development, functions and evolution provides an overview which is lacking in most of the other textbooks in this area. It could be the main text for any animal behaviour course in biological sciences or psychology, but would also greatly benefit students taking courses in behavioural ecology, evolution, experimental psychology, and others. 'Ian R Hartley, Biological Sciences, Lancaster University Animal behaviour has been one of the fastest-growing scientific disciplines of recent years. Its impact on the way we think about biology has spawned lucid 'best sellers' like The Selfish Gene and widespread scienti

The Nature of Fear - Survival Lessons from the Wild (Hardcover): Daniel T. Blumstein The Nature of Fear - Survival Lessons from the Wild (Hardcover)
Daniel T. Blumstein
R520 R417 Discovery Miles 4 170 Save R103 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A leading expert in animal behavior takes us into the wild to better understand and manage our fears. Fear, honed by millions of years of natural selection, kept our ancestors alive. Whether by slithering away, curling up in a ball, or standing still in the presence of a predator, humans and other animals have evolved complex behaviors in order to survive the hazards the world presents. But, despite our evolutionary endurance, we still have much to learn about how to manage our response to danger. For more than thirty years, Daniel Blumstein has been studying animals' fear responses. His observations lead to a firm conclusion: fear preserves security, but at great cost. A foraging flock of birds expends valuable energy by quickly taking flight when a raptor appears. And though the birds might successfully escape, they leave their food source behind. Giant clams protect their valuable tissue by retracting their mantles and closing their shells when a shadow passes overhead, but then they are unable to photosynthesize, losing the capacity to grow. Among humans, fear is often an understandable and justifiable response to sources of threat, but it can exact a high toll on health and productivity. Delving into the evolutionary origins and ecological contexts of fear across species, The Nature of Fear considers what we can learn from our fellow animals-from successes and failures. By observing how animals leverage alarm to their advantage, we can develop new strategies for facing risks without panic.

Behaviour Briefs - Quick Guide to Southern and East African Animal Behaviour (Staple bound): Chris Stuart, Mathilde Stuart Behaviour Briefs - Quick Guide to Southern and East African Animal Behaviour (Staple bound)
Chris Stuart, Mathilde Stuart
R80 R64 Discovery Miles 640 Save R16 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

The ultimate compact, quick ID guide to southern and East African animal behaviour, and the latest in the popular series of 'quick guides' to wildlife.

This title:

- describes and explains the habits of the more commonly found mammals of southern and East Africa;

- matches concise text with action photographs that capture characteristic behaviour;

- serves as a companion volume to more detailed field guides;

- provides a quick reference and easy read for anyone interested in understanding wild animals and their sometimes baffling rituals.

Incredible Journeys - Sunday Times Nature Book of the Year 2019 (Paperback): David Barrie Incredible Journeys - Sunday Times Nature Book of the Year 2019 (Paperback)
David Barrie 1
R240 R192 Discovery Miles 1 920 Save R48 (20%) In stock

THE SUNDAY TIMES NATURE BOOK OF THE YEAR 'A compelling investigation of navigation in the animal kingdom.' Mail on Sunday 'David Barrie, who himself has sailed the oceans using a sextant, is passionate about navigation and describes in delightful detail the myriad ways in which animals get around ... eye-opening book.' Frans de Waal, New York Times 'Only a sailor could relate the navigational powers of both humans and animals with such appreciation, excitement, and precision. Thank you, David Barrie, for taking us along on these riveting voyages by sail and wing, hoof and flipper. We arrive surprised, delighted, and awed.' Sy Montgomery, author of The Soul of an Octopus 'Immensely entertaining... [Barrie] is an admirably reliable and assiduous guide to what we do and don't yet know.' Andrew Holgate, Sunday Times 'Barrie has a good eye for colourful detail.' Kathryn Hughes, Mail on Sunday 'This is a must-read for anyone fascinated with the wonders of nature.' Publishers Weekly In Incredible Journeys, award-winning author David Barrie takes us on a tour of the cutting-edge science of animal navigation, where breakthroughs are allowing scientists to unravel, for the first time, how animals as various as butterflies, birds, crustaceans, fish, reptiles and even people find their way. Weaving interviews with leading experts on animal behaviour with the groundbreaking discoveries of Nobel-Prize winning neuroscientists, Barrie shines a light on the astounding skills of animals of every stripe. Dung beetles that steer by the light of the Milky Way. Ants and bees that navigate using patterns of light invisible to humans. Sea turtles, spiny lobsters and moths that find their way using the Earth's magnetic field. Salmon that return to their birthplace by following their noses. Baleen whales that swim thousands of miles while holding a rock-steady course and birds that can locate their nests on a tiny island after crisscrossing an entire ocean. There's a stunning diversity of animal navigators out there, often using senses and skills we humans don't have access to ourselves. For the first time, Incredible Journeys reveals the wonders of these animals in a whole new light.

Scatalog - Quick ID Guide to Southern African Animal Droppings (Paperback): Kevin Murray Scatalog - Quick ID Guide to Southern African Animal Droppings (Paperback)
Kevin Murray
R80 R64 Discovery Miles 640 Save R16 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Here's a quick and quirky identification guide to animal dung or droppings.

Each animal group (carnivores, primates, antelope, rats and mice, reptiles, birds) is briefly introduced; but the main focus of this book is the photographs, mostly life-size. These images enable immediate identification of the animals responsible for the droppings. To confirm identity, summary tables give details of average width, length and typical contents of droppings (feathers, twigs, leaves, sand, etc.).

This should become a recommended reference for rangers and field guides in the region; and it will be of use to anyone with an interest in wildlife, and even to those who simply enjoy walking in the wild and observing the tracks and signs they encounter.

What Cats Want - An Illustrated Guide for Truly Understanding Your Cat (Hardcover): Yuki Hattori What Cats Want - An Illustrated Guide for Truly Understanding Your Cat (Hardcover)
Yuki Hattori
R352 R290 Discovery Miles 2 900 Save R62 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Cats are so mysterious. What makes them climb into tiny spaces? Why do they sleep that much? And, most of all, how can we give them a good life? Dr. Yuki Hattori is Japan's leading cat doctor, and to him cats are the most beautiful animals in the world. His advice comes with little illustrations showing exactly what to look for as a cat owner - including charts showing how to interpret their different meows, the direction of their whiskers and the way their tail is pointing! Cats may seem low-maintenance but thoughtfulness about where you put their water, how warm or cool they like to be, what name to choose and how to groom them properly will make a life-changing difference. With understanding, affection and respect, your cat will be more healthy and contented - and you'll feel happier too.

What Do Animals Think and Feel? - An Investigation Into Emotion and Behavior (Hardcover): Karsten Brensing What Do Animals Think and Feel? - An Investigation Into Emotion and Behavior (Hardcover)
Karsten Brensing
R577 R463 Discovery Miles 4 630 Save R114 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Behavioural Neuroscience (Paperback): Sean Commins Behavioural Neuroscience (Paperback)
Sean Commins
R904 R762 Discovery Miles 7 620 Save R142 (16%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Brain and behaviour are intrinsically linked. Animals demonstrate a huge and complex repertoire of behaviours, so how can specific behaviours be mapped onto the complicated neural circuits of the brain? Highlighting the extraordinary advances that have been made in the field of behavioural neuroscience over recent decades, this book examines how behaviours can be understood in terms of their neural mechanisms. Each chapter outlines the components of a particular behaviour, discussing laboratory techniques, the key brain structures involved, and the underpinning cellular and molecular mechanisms. Commins covers a range of topics including learning in a simple invertebrate, fear conditioning, taste aversion, sound localization, and echolocation in bats, as well as more complex behaviours, such as language development, spatial navigation and circadian rhythms. Demonstrating key processes through clear, step-by-step explanations and numerous illustrations, this will be valuable reading for students of zoology, animal behaviour, psychology, and neuroscience.

The Cambridge Handbook of Play - Developmental and Disciplinary Perspectives (Paperback): Peter K. Smith, Jaipaul L. Roopnarine The Cambridge Handbook of Play - Developmental and Disciplinary Perspectives (Paperback)
Peter K. Smith, Jaipaul L. Roopnarine
R1,157 Discovery Miles 11 570 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Play takes up much of the time budget of young children, and many animals, but its importance in development remains contested. This comprehensive collection brings together multidisciplinary and developmental perspectives on the forms and functions of play in animals, children in different societies, and through the lifespan. The Cambridge Handbook of Play covers the evolution of play in animals, especially mammals; the development of play from infancy through childhood and into adulthood; historical and anthropological perspectives on play; theories and methodologies; the role of play in children's learning; play in special groups such as children with impairments, or suffering political violence; and the practical applications of playwork and play therapy. Written by an international team of scholars from diverse disciplines such as psychology, education, neuroscience, sociology, evolutionary biology and anthropology, this essential reference presents the current state of the field in play research.

Comparative Psychology - Evolution and Development of Brain and Behavior, 3rd Edition (Paperback, 3rd New edition): Mauricio R.... Comparative Psychology - Evolution and Development of Brain and Behavior, 3rd Edition (Paperback, 3rd New edition)
Mauricio R. Papini
R1,630 Discovery Miles 16 300 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This revised third edition provides an up to date, comprehensive overview of the field of comparative psychology, integrating both evolutionary and developmental studies of brain and behavior. This book provides a unique combination of areas normally covered independently to satisfy the requirements of comparative psychology courses. Papini ensures thorough coverage of topics like the fundamentals of neural function, the cognitive and associative capacities of animals, the development of the central nervous system and behavior, and the fossil record of animals including human ancestors. This text includes many examples drawn from the study of human behavior, highlighting general and basic principles that apply broadly to the animal kingdom. New topics introduced in this edition include genetics, epigenetics, neurobiological, and cognitive advances made in recent years into this evolutionary-developmental framework. An essential textbook for upper level undergraduate and graduate courses in comparative psychology, animal behavior, and evolutionary psychology, developmental psychology, neuroscience and behavioral biology.

The Dog Listener - Learning the Language of Your Best Friend (Paperback, 10th Anniversary edition): Jan Fennell The Dog Listener - Learning the Language of Your Best Friend (Paperback, 10th Anniversary edition)
Jan Fennell; Foreword by Monty Roberts 2
R297 R219 Discovery Miles 2 190 Save R78 (26%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Jan Fennell’s remarkable gifts have earned her the nickname “the dog whisperer”. Her unique understanding of the canine world and its instinctive language has enabled her to bring even the most desperate and delinquent of dogs to heel.

This easy-to-follow guide to understanding Jan’s simple techniques draws on her countless case histories of problem dogs – from biters and barkers to bicycle chasers – to show how we can bridge the language barrier that separates man from his best friend.

In The Dog Listener Jan will share her secrets, telling us how she grew determined to find a more compassionate alternative to standard “obedience” training techniques and ultimately how to communicate with canines.

Jan is currently working on her latest Yorkshire TV series, gearing up to make it national. By the time of publication she will be a household name.

The Mind of the Trout - A Cognitive Ecology for Biologists and Anglers (Paperback, New): Thomas C. Grubb The Mind of the Trout - A Cognitive Ecology for Biologists and Anglers (Paperback, New)
Thomas C. Grubb
R442 R357 Discovery Miles 3 570 Save R85 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

For cognitive ecologists, fish biologists, animal behaviorists, and inquiring anglers. How and why do trout think? How do they decide where to eat and which food to eat? Why do they refuse to behave as predicted, stumping anglers by rejecting a larger fly for a smaller one or not responding at all to anything in an angler's box? How do trout know to bolt to one particular covered area after being hooked or flushed? Why can trout smell better than humans but not remember as well? Citing the most recent scientific findings in a readily understandable form, Thomas C. Grubb, Jr. addresses these questions and more in The Mind of the Trout. It is the first book to bring together many varied concepts of cognitive ecology as applied to trout and their salmonid relatives: char, salmon, grayling, and whitefish.

Field and Laboratory Methods in Animal Cognition - A Comparative Guide (Paperback): Nereida Bueno-Guerra, Federica Amici Field and Laboratory Methods in Animal Cognition - A Comparative Guide (Paperback)
Nereida Bueno-Guerra, Federica Amici
R1,321 R1,014 Discovery Miles 10 140 Save R307 (23%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Would you ask a honeybee to point at a screen and recognise a facial expression? Or ask an elephant to climb a tree? While humans and non-human species may inhabit the same world, it's likely that our perceptual worlds differ significantly. Emphasising Uexkull's concept of 'umwelt', this volume offers practical advice on how animal cognition can be successfully tested while avoiding anthropomorphic conclusions. The chapters describe the capabilities of a range of animals - from ants, to lizards to chimpanzees - revealing how to successfully investigate animal cognition across a variety of taxa. The book features contributions from leading cognition researchers, each offering a series of examples and practical tips drawn from their own experience. Together, the authors synthesise information on current field and laboratory methods, providing researchers and graduate students with methodological advice on how to formulate research questions, design experiments and adapt studies to different taxa.

The Kestrel - Ecology, Behaviour and Conservation of an Open-Land Predator (Hardcover): David Costantini, Giacomo Dell'omo The Kestrel - Ecology, Behaviour and Conservation of an Open-Land Predator (Hardcover)
David Costantini, Giacomo Dell'omo
R1,310 Discovery Miles 13 100 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Widespread across open lands and cities of Europe, Africa, and Asia, the common kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) is one of the most abundant and studied birds of prey. This book brings together and synthesises the results of research on kestrels for professional ornithologists and scientists that seek to consolidate a vast body of literature. It is also a reference for those readers who may not have the depth of scientific knowledge to navigate new fields of scientific enquiry. It examines many aspects of the species' biology, from the reproductive strategies to the behavioural and demographic adaptations to changes of environmental conditions. It also discusses the roles of physiology and immunology in mediating the adaptability of kestrels to the ongoing environmental changes with a particular focus on contaminants. This volume presents new and exciting avenues of research on the ecology and behaviour of the common kestrel.

The Evolution Underground - Burrows, Bunkers, and the Marvelous Subterranean World Beneath our Feet (Hardcover): Anthony J.... The Evolution Underground - Burrows, Bunkers, and the Marvelous Subterranean World Beneath our Feet (Hardcover)
Anthony J. Martin
R612 R380 Discovery Miles 3 800 Save R232 (38%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

From penguins to dinosaurs, trilobites and humans, an acclaimed paleontologist and ichnologist reveals the subterranean secret of survival.

Behavioral Genetics of the Mouse: Volume 1, Genetics of Behavioral Phenotypes (Hardcover, New): Wim E. Crusio, Frans Sluyter,... Behavioral Genetics of the Mouse: Volume 1, Genetics of Behavioral Phenotypes (Hardcover, New)
Wim E. Crusio, Frans Sluyter, Robert T. Gerlai, Susanna Pietropaolo
R3,030 R2,818 Discovery Miles 28 180 Save R212 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The first volume in the new Cambridge Handbooks in Behavioral Genetics series, Behavioral Genetics of the Mouse provides baseline information on normal behaviors, essential in both the design of experiments using genetically modified or pharmacologically treated animals and in the interpretation and analyses of the results obtained. The book offers a comprehensive overview of the genetics of naturally occurring variation in mouse behavior, from perception and spontaneous behaviors such as exploration, aggression, social interactions and motor behaviors, to reinforced behaviors such as the different types of learning. Also included are numerous examples of potential experimental problems, which will aid and guide researchers trying to troubleshoot their own studies. A lasting reference, the thorough and comprehensive reviews offer an easy entrance into the extensive literature in this field, and will prove invaluable to students and specialists alike.

Studying Primates - How to Design, Conduct and Report Primatological Research (Paperback): Joanna M. Setchell Studying Primates - How to Design, Conduct and Report Primatological Research (Paperback)
Joanna M. Setchell
R692 Discovery Miles 6 920 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Primatology draws on theory and methods from diverse fields, including anatomy, anthropology, biology, ecology, medicine, psychology, veterinary sciences and zoology. The more than 500 species of primate range from tiny mouse lemurs to huge gorillas, and primatologists collect data in a variety of environments including in the field, research facilities, museums, sanctuaries, zoos, and from the literature. The variability in research interests, study animals and research sites means that there are no standard protocols for how to study primates. Nevertheless, asking good questions and designing appropriate studies to answer them are vital to produce high quality science. This accessible guide for graduate students and post-doctoral researchers explains how to develop a research question, formulate testable hypotheses and predictions, design and conduct a project and report the results. The focus is on research integrity and ethics throughout, and the book provides practical advice on overcoming common difficulties researchers face.

Comparative Social Evolution (Paperback): Dustin R. Rubenstein, Patrick Abbot Comparative Social Evolution (Paperback)
Dustin R. Rubenstein, Patrick Abbot
R1,173 Discovery Miles 11 730 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Darwin famously described special difficulties in explaining social evolution in insects. More than a century later, the evolution of sociality - defined broadly as cooperative group living - remains one of the most intriguing problems in biology. Providing a unique perspective on the study of social evolution, this volume synthesizes the features of animal social life across the principle taxonomic groups in which sociality has evolved. The chapters explore sociality in a range of species, from ants to primates, highlighting key natural and life history data and providing a comparative view across animal societies. In establishing a single framework for a common, trait-based approach towards social synthesis, this volume will enable graduate students and investigators new to the field to systematically compare taxonomic groups and reinvigorate comparative approaches to studying animal social evolution.

True or Poo? - A Kid's Guide to Animal Facts & Fakes (Hardcover): Nick Caruso, Dani Rabaiotti True or Poo? - A Kid's Guide to Animal Facts & Fakes (Hardcover)
Nick Caruso, Dani Rabaiotti; Illustrated by Alex G Griffiths
R367 R299 Discovery Miles 2 990 Save R68 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Mammal Societies (Hardcover): Tim Clutton-Brock Mammal Societies (Hardcover)
Tim Clutton-Brock
R1,261 R1,164 Discovery Miles 11 640 Save R97 (8%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The book aims to integrate our understanding of mammalian societies into a novel synthesis that is relevant to behavioural ecologists, ecologists, and anthropologists. It adopts a coherent structure that deals initially with the characteristics and strategies of females, before covering those of males, cooperative societies and hominid societies. It reviews our current understanding both of the structure of societies and of the strategies of individuals; it combines coverage of relevant areas of theory with coverage of interspecific comparisons, intraspecific comparisons and experiments; it explores both evolutionary causes of different traits and their ecological consequences; and it integrates research on different groups of mammals with research on primates and humans and attempts to put research on human societies into a broader perspective.

Wild Chimpanzees - Social Behavior of an Endangered Species (Paperback): Adam Clark Arcadi Wild Chimpanzees - Social Behavior of an Endangered Species (Paperback)
Adam Clark Arcadi
R641 Discovery Miles 6 410 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

As our closest primate relatives, chimpanzees offer tantalizing clues about the behavior of early human ancestors. This book provides a rich and detailed portrait of chimpanzee social life in the wild, synthesizing hundreds of thousands of hours of research at seven long-term field sites. Why are the social lives of males and females so different? Why do groups of males sometimes seek out and kill neighboring individuals? Do chimpanzees cooperate when they hunt monkeys? Is their vocal behaviour like human speech? Are there different chimpanzee 'cultures'? Addressing these questions and more, Adam Arcadi presents a fascinating introduction to the chimpanzee social universe and the challenges we face in trying to save this species from extinction. With extensive notes organized by field site and an appendix describing field methods, this book is indispensable for students, researchers, and anyone else interested in the remarkable and complex world of these intelligent apes.

Chimpanzee - Lessons from our Sister Species (Paperback): Kevin D. Hunt Chimpanzee - Lessons from our Sister Species (Paperback)
Kevin D. Hunt
R989 Discovery Miles 9 890 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The chimpanzee is one of our planet's best-loved and most instantly recognisable animals. Splitting from the human lineage between four and six million years ago, it is (along with its cousin, the bonobo) our closest living relative, sharing around 94% of our DNA. First encountered by Westerners in the seventeenth century, virtually nothing was known about chimpanzees in their natural environment until 1960, when Jane Goodall travelled to Gombe to live and work with them. Accessibly written, yet fully referenced and uncompromising in its accuracy and comprehensiveness, this book encapsulates everything we currently know about chimpanzees: from their discovery and why we study them, to their anatomy, physiology, genetics and culture. The text is beautifully illustrated and infused with examples and anecdotes drawn from the author's thirty years of primate observation, making this a perfect resource for students of biological anthropology and primatology as well as non-specialists interested in chimpanzees.

Stuart's Field Guide to the Tracks & Signs of Southern, Central & East African Wildlife (Paperback): Chris Stuart,... Stuart's Field Guide to the Tracks & Signs of Southern, Central & East African Wildlife (Paperback)
Chris Stuart, Mathilde Stuart
R420 R335 Discovery Miles 3 350 Save R85 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Originally published in 1994, A Field Guide to Tracks and Signs of Southern and East African Wildlife quickly became the standard reference to the subject in the region, reprinting many times. This new edition provides the most detailed coverage of tracks, droppings, bird pellets, nests and shelters and feeding signs, not only for mammals, but also for birds, reptiles, insects and other invertebrates. Greatly expanded, this extensive update now features: full colour throughout.

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