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The Great Animal Escapade (Paperback): Jane Kerr The Great Animal Escapade (Paperback)
Jane Kerr 1
R168 R120 Discovery Miles 1 200 Save R48 (29%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Danny works at Belle Vue Zoo, where - alongside training the famous elephant Maharajah - he helps out with the day-to-day tasks of caring for the animals. But when animals start escaping, Danny is the prime suspect: after all, he was a former street urchin and pickpocket. When a man turns up claiming to be his father, the plot thickens. Can Danny untangle the mystery of the animal escapade - and find out where he really belongs - in order to clear his name?

The Travelling Vet - From pets to pandas, my life in animals (Paperback, Main): Jonathan Cranston The Travelling Vet - From pets to pandas, my life in animals (Paperback, Main)
Jonathan Cranston 1
R217 R179 Discovery Miles 1 790 Save R38 (18%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Jonathan Cranston is no ordinary vet. In addition to his day job in the Gloucestershire countryside treating cows, dogs, pigs and cats, he's also worked with an astonishing range of species around the world, including crocodiles, rhinos and pandas. In this charming collection he introduces us to some of his favourite patients, ranging from beloved family pets through to magnificent creatures of the wild. Whether microchipping armadillos, anaesthetising giraffes or birthing a calf, Jonathan's love for his work and the entire animal kingdom is infectious. From the preposterous (castrating a sugar glider) to the poignant (encountering victims of rhino poaching), the stories in The Travelling Vet will delight and enthral every animal lover.

Labrador - The Story of the World's Favourite Dog (Hardcover): Ben Fogle Labrador - The Story of the World's Favourite Dog (Hardcover)
Ben Fogle 1
R531 R322 Discovery Miles 3 220 Save R209 (39%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Sunday Times Bestseller `Passionate and well-researched' Tatler `A must-read' Independent A social history of Labradors, and how they have become the world's most beloved dogs, by writer, presenter and long-time dog lover Ben Fogle. Labradors are the most popular breed of dog in the world. Not only a great family companion, they also excel at hunting, tracking, retrieving, guiding and rescuing. But where did the breed originally come from? How did it develop? When did black, yellow and chocolate Labradors first appear? Did they really all come from Labrador in Canada and are they really all related to just one dog? In this first history of the Labrador, Ben Fogle goes in search of what makes Labradors so special. Their extraordinary companionship, intelligence, work ethic and loyalty is captured by Ben as he weaves the story of the breed into his own story of his beloved Inca. Ben visits Canada, discovers hair-raising stories of early Labrador exploits and uncovers stories of RNIB Labradors and Labradors at war, Labradors as working dogs and every other manifestation of the Labrador's character. Exploring their origin, early characteristics, their use as gun dogs, as therapy dogs, as police dogs, as search and rescue dogs and last - and absolutely not least - as family pets, Ben tells the story of a dog breed which has captured our imagination and love for hundreds of years.

Allowed to Grow Old - Portraits of Elderly Animals from Farm Sanctuaries (Hardcover): Isa Leshko Allowed to Grow Old - Portraits of Elderly Animals from Farm Sanctuaries (Hardcover)
Isa Leshko; Foreword by Sy Montgomery; Memoir by Gene Baur, Anne Wilkes Tucker
R795 R663 Discovery Miles 6 630 Save R132 (17%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

There's nothing quite like a relationship with an aged pet-a dog or cat who has been at our side for years, forming an ineffable bond. Pampered pets, however, are a rarity among animals who have been domesticated. Farm animals, for example, are usually slaughtered before their first birthday. We never stop to think about it, but the typical images we see of cows, chickens, pigs, and the like are of young animals. What would we see if they were allowed to grow old? Isa Leshko shows us, brilliantly, with this collection of portraits. To create these portraits, she spent hours with her subjects, gaining their trust and putting them at ease. The resulting images reveal the unique personality of each animal. It's impossible to look away from the animals in these images as they unforgettably meet our gaze, simultaneously calm and challenging. In these photographs we see the cumulative effects of the hardships of industrialized farm life, but also the healing that time can bring, and the dignity that can emerge when farm animals are allowed to age on their own terms. Each portrait is accompanied by a brief biographical note about its subject, and the book is rounded out with essays that explore the history of animal photography, the place of beauty in activist art, and much more. Open this book to any page. Meet Teresa, a thirteen-year-old Yorkshire Pig, or Melvin, an eleven-year-old Angora Goat, or Tom, a seven-year-old Broad Breasted White Turkey. You'll never forget them.

The Animals Among Us - The New Science of Anthrozoology (Paperback): John Bradshaw The Animals Among Us - The New Science of Anthrozoology (Paperback)
John Bradshaw 1
R215 R169 Discovery Miles 1 690 Save R46 (21%) Shipped within 4 - 8 working days

The bestselling author of Dog Sense and Cat Sense explains why living with animals has always been a fundamental aspect of being human In this highly original and hugely enjoyable work, John Bradshaw examines modern humans' often contradictory relationship with the animal world. Why, despite the apparent irrationality of keeping pets, do half of today's American households, and almost that figure in the UK, have at least one pet (triple the rate of the 1970s)? Then again, why do we care for some animals in our homes, and designate others only as a source of food? Through these and many other questions, one of the world's foremost anthrozoology experts shows that our relationship with animals is nothing less than an intrinsic part of human nature. An affinity for animals drove our evolution and now, without animals around us, we risk losing an essential part of ourselves.

Animal Beauty - On the Evolution of Biological Aesthetics (Hardcover): Christiane Nusslein-Volhard Animal Beauty - On the Evolution of Biological Aesthetics (Hardcover)
Christiane Nusslein-Volhard; Illustrated by Suse Grutzmacher; Translated by Jonathan Howard
R266 R215 Discovery Miles 2 150 Save R51 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

An illustrated exploration of colors and patterns in the animal kingdom, what they communicate, and how they function in the social life of animals. Are animals able to appreciate what humans refer to as "beauty"? The term scarcely ever appears nowadays in a scientific description of living things, but we humans may nonetheless find the colors, patterns, and songs of animals to be beautiful in apparently the same way that we see beauty in works of art. In Animal Beauty, Nobel Prize-winning biologist Christiane Nusslein-Volhard describes how the colors and patterns displayed by animals arise, what they communicate, and how they function in the social life of animals. Watercolor drawings illustrate these amazing instances of animal beauty. Darwin addressed the topic of ornament in his 1871 book The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex, and did not hesitate to engage with criteria of beauty, convinced that animals experienced color and ornament as attractive and agreeable in the same way that we do, and that the role this played in mate choice pointed to a "sexual selection" distinct from natural selection. Nusslein-Volhard examines key examples of ornament and sexual selection in the animal kingdom and lays the groundwork for biological aesthetics. Noting that color patterns have not been a research priority-perhaps because they appeared to be nonessential luxuries rather than functional necessities-Nusslein-Volhard looks at recent scientific developments on the topic. In part because of Nusslein-Volhard's own research on the zebrafish, it is now possible to decipher the molecular genetic mechanisms that lead to production of colors in animal skin and its appendages and control its pattern and distribution.

Labrador - The Story Of The World's Favourite Dog (Paperback): Ben Fogle Labrador - The Story Of The World's Favourite Dog (Paperback)
Ben Fogle 1
R213 R150 Discovery Miles 1 500 Save R63 (30%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Sunday Times Bestseller `Passionate and well-researched' Tatler `A must-read' Independent A social history of Labradors, and how they have become the world's most beloved dogs, by writer, presenter and long-time dog lover Ben Fogle. Labradors are the most popular breed of dog in the world. Not only a great family companion, they also excel at hunting, tracking, retrieving, guiding and rescuing. But where did the breed originally come from? How did it develop? When did black, yellow and chocolate Labradors first appear? Did they really all come from Labrador in Canada and are they really all related to just one dog? In this first history of the Labrador, Ben Fogle goes in search of what makes Labradors so special. Their extraordinary companionship, intelligence, work ethic and loyalty is captured by Ben as he weaves the story of the breed into his own story of his beloved Inca. Ben visits Canada, discovers hair-raising stories of early Labrador exploits and uncovers stories of RNIB Labradors and Labradors at war, Labradors as working dogs and every other manifestation of the Labrador's character. Exploring their origin, early characteristics, their use as gun dogs, as therapy dogs, as police dogs, as search and rescue dogs and last - and absolutely not least - as family pets, Ben tells the story of a dog breed which has captured our imagination and love for hundreds of years.

True or Poo? (Paperback): Nick Caruso, Dani Rabaiotti True or Poo? (Paperback)
Nick Caruso, Dani Rabaiotti 1
R195 R160 Discovery Miles 1 600 Save R35 (18%) Shipped within 4 - 8 working days

Dozens of further filthy animal facts and falsehoods: the follow-through to the international bestselling sensation Does it Fart? How many spiders do you eat in your sleep? What does the ice-cream you eat have to do with the back end of a beaver? Do komodo dragons have toxic slobber? Is it true that a scorpion that sheds its tail dies of constipation? How far actually are you from the nearest rat? Can you get high from licking toads, or is that...fake newts? All this and far, far more can be found in True or Poo, a guide to the wonders of the natural world: and a manual for disgusting and one-upping your friends and enemies for years to come.

Proper Animal Names - What They Should Really Be Called (Hardcover): Spike Hudson Proper Animal Names - What They Should Really Be Called (Hardcover)
Spike Hudson 1
R216 R153 Discovery Miles 1 530 Save R63 (29%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Yes, kangaroo might be the actual name, but doesn't Tyrannosaurus Deer sound better? Behold in these pages the Floaty Potato, Wizard Cat and Spiky Floof, among a host of other beasts with absurdly improved appellations. See nature in a bizarre new light as Proper Animal Names throws out the old labels in favour of the sublimely ridiculous.

Remarkable Shrimps - Adaptations and Natural History of the Carideans (Hardcover, New): Raymond T Bauer Remarkable Shrimps - Adaptations and Natural History of the Carideans (Hardcover, New)
Raymond T Bauer
R1,298 Discovery Miles 12 980 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

In Remarkable Shrimps, Raymond T. Bauer explores the evolution, natural history, biological diversity, and commercial importance of caridean shrimps--a fascinating and colorful group of aquatic organisms inhabiting freshwater and marine environments from the tropics to the poles. The biological diversity of carideans encompasses a remarkable array of adaptations in body form and function, coloration, breeding biology, and mating behavior. Carideans' important grooming and antifouling adaptations are examined in detail. Reproductive biology and sexual systems are reviewed, and Bauer provides evidence for sex pheromones in the attraction of males to females. Life history patterns, as well as caridean symbioses with other animals, are described and analyzed. Profiling each of the nearly thirty families of caridean shrimps, Bauer writes in an informal style that is nevertheless rich with precise and useful references. More than one hundred figures and eleven plates with seventy color and half-tone photographs accompany the text.

Field Notes From the Northern Forest (Hardcover, New): Curt Stager Field Notes From the Northern Forest (Hardcover, New)
Curt Stager; Illustrated by Anne E. Lacy
R548 R431 Discovery Miles 4 310 Save R117 (21%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

With the same humor and personable ease that characterizes the popular weekly nature program that he coproduces on North Country Public Radio, Curt Stager draws on the latest scientific literature and on his own observations to share his curiosity about the natural world. These twenty natural science essays take us down to ground level to explore the lives of animals, plants, and fungi commonly encountered in the conifer, hardwood, and mixed wood forests of northeastern North America.

How Dogs Work (Paperback): Raymond Coppinger, Mark Feinstein How Dogs Work (Paperback)
Raymond Coppinger, Mark Feinstein; Foreword by Gordon M. Burghardt
R335 R275 Discovery Miles 2 750 Save R60 (18%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

How well do we really know dogs? People may enjoy thinking about them as "man's best friend," but what actually drives the things they do? What is going on in their fur-covered heads as they look at us with their big, expressive eyes? Raymond Coppinger and Mark Feinstein know something about these questions, and with How Dogs Work, they're ready to share; this is their guide to understanding your dog and its behavior. Approaching dogs as a biological species rather than just as pets, Coppinger and Feinstein accessibly synthesize decades of research and field experiments to explain the evolutionary foundations underlying dog behaviors. They examine the central importance of the shape of dogs: how their physical body (including the genes and the brain) affects behavior, how shape interacts with the environment as animals grow, and how all of this has developed over time. Shape, they tell us, is what makes a champion sled dog or a Border collie that can successfully herd sheep. Other chapters in How Dogs Work explore such mysteries as why dogs play; whether dogs have minds, and if so what kinds of things they might know; why dogs bark; how dogs feed and forage; and the influence of the early relationship between mother and pup. Going far beyond the cozy lap dog, Coppinger and Feinstein are equally fascinated by what we can learn from the adaptations of dogs, wolves, coyotes, jackals, dingoes, and even pumas in the wild, as well as the behavior of working animals like guarding and herding dogs. We cherish dogs as family members and deeply value our lengthy companionship with them. But, isn't it time we knew more about who Fido and Trixie really are? How Dogs Work will provide some keys to unlocking the origins of many of our dogs' most common, most puzzling, and most endearing behaviors.

The Travelling Vet - From pets to pandas, my life in animals (Hardcover, Main): Jonathan Cranston The Travelling Vet - From pets to pandas, my life in animals (Hardcover, Main)
Jonathan Cranston 1
R340 R267 Discovery Miles 2 670 Save R73 (21%) Shipped within 4 - 8 working days

Jonathan Cranston is no ordinary vet. In addition to his day job in the Gloucestershire countryside treating cows, dogs, pigs and cats, he's also worked with an astonishing range of species around the world, including crocodiles, rhinos and pandas. In this charming collection he introduces us to some of his favourite patients, ranging from beloved family pets through to magnificent creatures of the wild. Whether microchipping armadillos, anaesthetising giraffes or birthing a calf, Jonathan's love for his work and the entire animal kingdom is infectious. From the preposterous (castrating a sugar glider) to the poignant (encountering victims of rhino poaching), the stories in The Travelling Vet will delight and enthral every animal lover.

Animal Music - Sound and Song in the Natural World (Paperback): Tobias Fischer, Lara Cory Animal Music - Sound and Song in the Natural World (Paperback)
Tobias Fischer, Lara Cory
R388 R309 Discovery Miles 3 090 Save R79 (20%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

A growing number of researchers and academics are exploring the idea that animals enjoy music on a similar level to human beings. The first anthology on the subject, presents an overview of the current state of the debate. Its authors have spoken to the leading scientists, researchers and musicians in the field to uncover hidden meanings and new perspectives. They visit the biggest library for animal sounds in the world, hack into the mysterious sound world of shrimps, travel back in time to the point where human and animal music diverge and decode the latest findings.

Labrador (Hardcover): Ben Fogle Labrador (Hardcover)
Ben Fogle
R468 R322 Discovery Miles 3 220 Save R146 (31%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days
Bats - In a World of Echoes (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2017): Johan Ekloef, Jens Rydell Bats - In a World of Echoes (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2017)
Johan Ekloef, Jens Rydell
R880 R612 Discovery Miles 6 120 Save R268 (30%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This comprehensive book about the lives of bats is about a group of peculiar, mythical and fascinating animals. They are mammals, just like us, but still so different. The book covers bats from Latin American Maya temples to Swedish potato cellars; from the plains of Kenya to the Taiwanese mountains. We perceive their shadows flitting by in the summer nights, hear their mating calls in the darkness of autumn and see their silhouettes in the dim street light. The bats live in our houses and forage in our gardens and parks. But who are they and how do they lead their lives? The text and exquisite photos give an unsurpassed insight into the world of sounds and smells that bats encounter each night. We are told about how their senses, way beyond our human perception abilities, shape their lives. We get to know more about their habits, their long evolution and their cohabitation with humans, and how important they are to the environment. You will never again feel lonely in the darkness of the night.

Everyone Poops (Hardcover, 1st American Pbk. Ed): Taro Gomi Everyone Poops (Hardcover, 1st American Pbk. Ed)
Taro Gomi
R307 R250 Discovery Miles 2 500 Save R57 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

For use in schools and libraries only. Shows how creatures throughout the animal world--including humans--deal with the products of digestion.

The Tangled Tree - A Radical New History of Life (Hardcover): David Quammen The Tangled Tree - A Radical New History of Life (Hardcover)
David Quammen
R559 R442 Discovery Miles 4 420 Save R117 (21%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
The Design of Animal Experiments - Reducing the use of animals in research through better experimental design (Paperback, 2nd... The Design of Animal Experiments - Reducing the use of animals in research through better experimental design (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Michael Festing
R348 Discovery Miles 3 480 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Where there is no alternative to the use of animals in biomedical research, it is important that experiments are well designed and correctly analysed in order to minimise pain and maximize the chance of getting scientifically valid results. Experiments that use too few animals may fail to pick up biologically important effects, while those who use them incorrectly or wastefully may get invalid results while subjecting the animals to unnecessary pain, distress or lasting harm. The Design of Animal Experiments is intended for all research scientists who use laboratory animals, with the aim of helping them to design their own experiments more effectively and/or to improve their ability to communicate with professional statisticians when necessary. It covers all randomised controlled experimental designs likely to be needed in laboratory animal research, with worked examples showing how they can be statistically analysed. It suggests the more widespread use of randomised block designs and shows how both males and females can be included in an experiment without the need to increase the total number of animals by using factorial designs. It also includes guidance on the choice of experimental animals. The book covers the learning outcomes of Module 10 and part (ii) of Module 11 of education and training under Directive 2010/63/EU.

Animal Physiology (Paperback, 4th Revised edition): Richard W. Hill, Gordon A. Wyse, Margaret Anderson Animal Physiology (Paperback, 4th Revised edition)
Richard W. Hill, Gordon A. Wyse, Margaret Anderson
R1,230 Discovery Miles 12 300 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Published by Sinauer Associates, an imprint of Oxford University Press. Animal Physiology, Fourth Edition, presents all the branches of modern animal physiology with a strong emphasis on integration of physiological knowledge, ecology, and evolutionary biology. Integration extends from genes to organ systems and from one physiological discipline to another. The book takes an entirely fresh approach to each topic. Its full-color illustrations include many novel, visually-effective features to help students learn. Each of the twenty-five main chapters starts with an animal example to engage student interest and demonstrate the value of the material that will be learned. The book includes five additional, briefer "At Work" chapters that apply students' newfound physiological knowledge to curiosity-provoking and important topics, including diving by marine mammals, the mechanisms of navigation, and muscle plasticity in use and disuse. The book is committed to a comparative approach throughout. Whereas mammalian physiology is consistently treated in depth, emphasis is also given to the other vertebrate groups, arthropods, and molluscs. Concepts and integrative themes are emphasized while giving students the specifics they need. The whole animal is the principal focus of this book. The book's extensive coverage of genomics and cellular-molecular biology is therefore carefully linked to whole-animal biology. With this edition, coverage of physiologically relevant genomics has been greatly expanded. The subject matter of animal physiology is also linked to topics in human affairs, such as athletic training and global warming. Always, the central organizing principle for the array of topics presented is to understand whole animals in the environments where they live. Complex principles are developed clearly using classroom-tested pedagogy, often with carefully designed conceptual illustrations. Concepts from chemistry, physics, and mathematics are explained so that the book will be accessible to science students at the sophomore or higher level. Pedagogical aids include embedded summaries throughout chapters, study questions (with online answers), partially annotated reference lists, an extensive glossary, ten appendices (covering logarithms, phylogenetically independent contrasts, basic physics terms, etc.), and an upgraded index. Carefully worded balloons are used extensively to guide students through the interpretation of figures. For all three authors, teaching physiology to undergraduate students has been a lifelong priority.

Giant Squid: Searching for a Sea Monster (Paperback): Mary M. Cerullo Giant Squid: Searching for a Sea Monster (Paperback)
Mary M. Cerullo
R165 R134 Discovery Miles 1 340 Save R31 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

This sea monster is real. It lurks in the freezing black depths of underwater canyons. Nearly 50 feet long, it hunts with its long arms and tentacles. Its powerful suckers leave giant round scars on those that live through a battle with it. But this enormous beast, with its huge, strange eyes, remains hidden from humans. We rarely see it and know little of its ways. What is this monster? The giant squid. This famed member of the cephalopod group has a history of frightening fishermen, starring in fictional adventure tales, and keeping scientists guessing. What is the story of this mythic creature? Why is it so hard to study? What secrets does it keep? Clyde Roper, ocean scientist and squid expert, has been seeking this secretive creature for decades. Come along as he and other researchers unravel its mysteries."

Exotic Animal Medicine for the Veterinary Technician (Paperback, 3rd Edition): Ryan Cheek, Bonnie M Ballard Exotic Animal Medicine for the Veterinary Technician (Paperback, 3rd Edition)
Ryan Cheek, Bonnie M Ballard
R1,380 R1,072 Discovery Miles 10 720 Save R308 (22%) Shipped within 7 - 13 working days

Now in its third edition, and for the first time in full-color, Exotic Animal Medicine for the Veterinary Technician is a comprehensive yet clear introduction to exotic animal practice for technicians in the classroom and clinic setting alike. With an emphasis on the exotic species most likely to present to a veterinary practice, coverage includes avian, reptiles, amphibians, fish, small mammals, and wildlife. * Now in full color * Features anatomy, restraint, common diseases to radiology, surgical assisting, and parasitology * New chapter on fish medicine * Companion website offering review questions and images from the text in PowerPoint

Animal Diversity (Paperback, 8th edition): Larry S Roberts, Susan L. Keen, David J. Eisenhour Animal Diversity (Paperback, 8th edition)
Larry S Roberts, Susan L. Keen, David J. Eisenhour
R3,258 Discovery Miles 32 580 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This text provides a concise introduction to the field of animal biology. Readers discover general principles of evolution, ecology, classification, systematics, and animal body plans. After these introductory chapters, readers delve into the biology of all groups of animals. The basic features of each group are discussed, along with evolutionary relationships among group members. Chapter highlights include newly discovered features of animals as they relate to ecology, conservation biology, and value to human society. Regular updates to the phylogenies within the book keep it current.

Menagerie - The History of Exotic Animals in England (Paperback): Caroline Grigson Menagerie - The History of Exotic Animals in England (Paperback)
Caroline Grigson
R311 R241 Discovery Miles 2 410 Save R70 (23%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Menagerie is the story of the panoply of exotic animals that were brought into Britain from time immemorial until the foundation of the London Zoo - a tale replete with the extravagant, the eccentric, and - on occasion - the downright bizarre. From Henry III's elephant at the Tower, to George IV's love affair with Britain's first giraffe and Lady Castlereagh's recalcitrant ostriches, Caroline Grigson's tour through the centuries amounts to the first detailed history of exotic animals in Britain. On the way we encounter a host of fascinating and outlandish creatures, including the first peacocks and popinjays, Thomas More's monkey, James I's cassowaries in St James's Park, and Lord Clive's zebra - which refused to mate with a donkey, until the donkey was painted with stripes. But this is not just the story of the animals themselves. It also the story of all those who came into contact with them: the people who owned them, the merchants who bought and sold them, the seamen who carried them to our shores, the naturalists who wrote about them, the artists who painted them, the itinerant showmen who worked with them, the collectors who collected them. And last but not least, it is about all those who simply came to see and wonder at them, from kings, queens, and nobles to ordinary men, women, and children, often impelled by no more than simple curiosity and a craving for novelty.

C.G and Birthday Surprise (Paperback): Rey C.G and Birthday Surprise (Paperback)
Rey
R92 R75 Discovery Miles 750 Save R17 (18%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

When the man with the yellow hat tells George that he is planning a surprise, of course George is curious. Before long George finds a hat, noisemakers, decorations, and games. It must be a birthday! But whose birthday is it? Thatís the surprise!


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