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Dance Of The Dung Beetles - Their Role In Our Changing World (Paperback): Marcus Byrne, Helen Lunn Dance Of The Dung Beetles - Their Role In Our Changing World (Paperback)
Marcus Byrne, Helen Lunn
R320 R254 Discovery Miles 2 540 Save R66 (21%) In stock

The humble and industrious dung beetle is a marvellous beast: the 6 000 species identified so far are intricately entwined with human history and scientific endeavour.

These night-soil collectors of the planet have been worshipped as gods, worn as jewellery, and painted by artists. More practically, they saved Hawaii from ecological blight, and rescued Australia from plagues of flies. They fertilise soil, cleanse pastures, steer by the stars, and have a unique relationship with the African elephant (along with many other ungulates). Above all, they are the ideal subject for biological study in an evolving world.

In this sweeping history of more than 3 000 years, beginning with Ancient Egypt, scientist Marcus Byrne and writer, Helen Lunn capture the diversity of dung beetles and their unique behaviour patterns. Dung beetles’ fortunes have followed the shifts from a world dominated by a religion that symbolically incorporated them into some of its key concepts of rebirth, to a world in which science has largely separated itself from religion and alchemy.

With over 6 000 species found throughout the world, these unassuming but remarkable creatures are fundamental to some of humanity’s most cherished beliefs and have been ever present in religion, art, literature, science and the environment. They are at the centre of current gene research, play an important role in keeping our planet healthy, and some nocturnal dung beetles have been found to navigate by the starry skies. Outlining the development of science from the point of view of the humble dung beetle is what makes this charming story of immense interest to general readers and entomologists alike. This entertaining outline of the development of science from the the beetle’s perspective will enchant general readers and entomologists alike.

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
R258 R191 Discovery Miles 1 910 Save R67 (26%) Ships in 10 - 15 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.

The Great Animal Escapade (Paperback): Jane Kerr The Great Animal Escapade (Paperback)
Jane Kerr 1
R203 R154 Discovery Miles 1 540 Save R49 (24%) Ships in 10 - 15 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?

Becoming Wild - How Animal Cultures Raise Families, Create Beauty, and Achieve Peace (Hardcover): Carl Safina Becoming Wild - How Animal Cultures Raise Families, Create Beauty, and Achieve Peace (Hardcover)
Carl Safina
R710 R561 Discovery Miles 5 610 Save R149 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Secret Network of Nature - The Delicate Balance of All Living Things (Paperback): Peter Wohlleben The Secret Network of Nature - The Delicate Balance of All Living Things (Paperback)
Peter Wohlleben 1
R210 R165 Discovery Miles 1 650 Save R45 (21%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

An exploration of the invisible connections sustaining the entire natural world from the bestselling author of The Hidden Life of Trees

Did you know that trees can influence the rotation of the earth?

Or that wolves can alter the course of a river?

Or that earthworms control wild boar populations?

The natural world is a web of intricate connections, many of which go unnoticed by humans. But it is these connections that maintain nature’s finely balanced equilibrium.

Drawing on the latest scientific discoveries and decades of experience as a forester, Peter Wohlleben shows us how different animals, plants, rivers, rocks and weather systems cooperate, and what's at stake when these delicate systems are unbalanced.

‘Peter Wohlleben doesn't merely look, he sees. Let's all learn as much from him as we can, and quickly’ Rosamund Young, author of The Secret Life of Cows

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
R708 R560 Discovery Miles 5 600 Save R148 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This collection of 20 natural science essays explores the lives of animals, plants and fungi commonly encountered in the conifer and hardwood forests of northeastern North America.

Hedgerow & Wildlife - Guide to Animals and Plants of the Hedgerow (Hardcover): Jane Eastoe Hedgerow & Wildlife - Guide to Animals and Plants of the Hedgerow (Hardcover)
Jane Eastoe
R200 R151 Discovery Miles 1 510 Save R49 (25%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Hedgerows are one of the richest sources of wildlife in Britain. They have evolved over centuries (18th and 19th centuries predominantly but some date from pre-Roman times), and their importance is still vital today. This book offers an insight into hedgerow wildlife: how they developed (and managed by man), how to identify different types, and what plants, birds, insects and small mammals can be found inside.A mixed hedge, for example containing species such as elder, blackthorn, hawthorn, hazel, wild cherrry and field maple, is a refuge for wildlife: brimstone and peacock butterflies; long-tailed tits, wrens, hedge sparrows, blackbirds and chaffinches; bankvoles and wood mice; and of course the seven-spot ladybird. The plant life is equally as rich: the dog rose, the common violet, bluebell, garlic mustard and the hartstongue fern.This quintessential part of the English landscape can be enjoyed all the more with this little guide to the wildlife wonders inside the hedgerows.This is a selection of the key wildlife inside the British hedgerow. It covers everything from butterflies to bank voles, and hedgehogs to hoverflies. It is a guide to the plants and trees of hedgerows. It includes the most common wild food to be foraged in hedgerows.

Dog is Love - Why and How Your Dog Loves You (Hardcover): Clive Wynne Dog is Love - Why and How Your Dog Loves You (Hardcover)
Clive Wynne 1
R570 R457 Discovery Miles 4 570 Save R113 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

'Utterly compelling' Telegraph 'Science finally reveals the dog's secret: the unique capacity for love that separates them from all other animals. Superb' - John Bradshaw, bestselling author of In Defence of Dogs and Cat Sense 'If you want to build an even stronger bond with your own dog, this book is a must read' - Victoria Stilwell, author of The Secret Language of Dogs _______ What makes dogs truly special? Why does our relationship with them feel so much more deep and intense than with other animals? Any dog owner knows that the bond with their dog is unique. The unparalleled loyalty and total devotion of a dog seems the stuff of true love - but is this a whimsical construction that bears little relation to reality? Through ground-breaking scientific experiments and eye-opening historical evidence, canine behavioural psychologist Dr Clive Wynne unlocks the secret to our unique bond with dogs: their capacity to love, an unprecedented attribute in the animal kingdom. In Dog is Love, Dr Wynne debunks the myth that dogs possess a unique form of intelligence. Instead, he shows that dogs are able to show sympathy and can respond to human emotions in a way that is truly remarkable. One particularly moving study shows that dogs' and their owners' hearts beat in synchrony, just as the hearts of a loving human couple do. Looking at the evolution of dogs, Dr Wynne points out that it was the wolves' ability to form relationships with mankind, becoming indispensable hunting companions, that enabled the depth of love and affection between dogs and humans that we know today. Dr Wynne shares his experiences of hunting with the Mayangna tribe in Nicaragua and the vital role played by their hunting dogs to shed light on what the early human-dog relationship might have looked like, and explains the science behind what really goes on when a young pup grows up in a human family. This is a delightful, heart-warming and fascinating analysis of the unique bond between humans and dogs, perfect for anyone who shares their home with their dog and wonders just how much they love you. It will change the way you interact with dogs and help you get the best out of them in a way that will be truly life-changing.

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
R3,705 Discovery Miles 37 050 Ships in 10 - 15 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.

Animal Survivors (Paperback): Natalie Hyde Animal Survivors (Paperback)
Natalie Hyde
R230 R186 Discovery Miles 1 860 Save R44 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Albertus Magnus On Animals V2 - A Medieval Summa Zoologica Revised Edition (Paperback, Annotated edition): Kenneth F. Kitchell,... Albertus Magnus On Animals V2 - A Medieval Summa Zoologica Revised Edition (Paperback, Annotated edition)
Kenneth F. Kitchell, Jr
R1,438 Discovery Miles 14 380 Ships in 7 - 11 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
R1,066 R793 Discovery Miles 7 930 Save R273 (26%) Ships in 10 - 15 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.

Humans, Animals, and the Craft of Slaughter in Archaeo-Historic Societies (Hardcover): Krish Seetah Humans, Animals, and the Craft of Slaughter in Archaeo-Historic Societies (Hardcover)
Krish Seetah
R2,039 R1,896 Discovery Miles 18 960 Save R143 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In this book, Krish Seetah uses butchery as a point of departure for exploring the changing historical relationships between animal utility, symbolism, and meat consumption. Seetah brings together several bodies of literature - on meat, cut marks, craftspeople, and the role of craft in production - that have heretofore been considered in isolation from one another. Focusing on the activity inherent in butcher, he describes the history of knowledge that typifies the craft. He also provides anthropological and archaeological case studies which showcase examples of butchery practices in varied contexts that are seldom identified with zooarchaeological research. Situating the relationship between practice, practitioner, material and commodity, this imaginative study offers new insights into food production, consumption, and the craft of cuisine.

Yearling (Paperback, 1st Aladdin Paperbacks ed): Kinnan Rawlings Yearling (Paperback, 1st Aladdin Paperbacks ed)
Kinnan Rawlings
R256 R215 Discovery Miles 2 150 Save R41 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

No novel better epitomizes the love between a child and a pet than The Yearling. Young Jody adopts an orphaned fawn he calls Flag and makes it a part of his family and his best friend. But life in the Florida backwoods is harsh, and so, as his family fights off wolves, bears, and even alligators, and faces failure in their tenuous subsistence farming, Jody must finally part with his dear animal friend. There has been a film and even a musical based on this moving story, a fine work of great American literature.

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
R495 R389 Discovery Miles 3 890 Save R106 (21%) Ships in 5 - 10 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.

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
R435 Discovery Miles 4 350 Ships in 10 - 15 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.

Parasite Rex (with a New Epilogue): Inside the Bizarre World of Nature'sMost Dangerous Creatures (Paperback, New edition):... Parasite Rex (with a New Epilogue): Inside the Bizarre World of Nature'sMost Dangerous Creatures (Paperback, New edition)
Zimmer 1
R288 R193 Discovery Miles 1 930 Save R95 (33%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

IMAGINE A WORLD WHERE parasites control the minds of their hosts, sending them to their destruction.

IMAGINE A WORLD WHERE parasites are masters of chemical warfare and camouflage, able to cloak themselves with their hosts' own molecules.

IMAGINE A WORLD WHERE parasites steer the course of evolution, where the majority of species are parasites.

WELCOME TO EARTH.

For centuries, parasites have lived in nightmares, horror stories, and in the darkest shadows of science. Yet these creatures are among the world's most successful and sophisticated organisms. In Parasite Rex, Carl Zimmer deftly balances the scientific and the disgusting as he takes readers on a fantastic voyage. Traveling from the steamy jungles of Costa Rica to the fetid parasite haven of southern Sudan, Zimmer graphically brings to life how parasites can change DNA, rewire the brain, make men more distrustful and women more outgoing, and turn hosts into the living dead.

This thorough, gracefully written book brings parasites out into the open and uncovers what they can teach us about the most fundamental survival tactics in the universe.

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
R250 R197 Discovery Miles 1 970 Save R53 (21%) Ships in 5 - 10 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.

The Secret Network of Nature - The Delicate Balance of All Living Things (Hardcover): Peter Wohlleben The Secret Network of Nature - The Delicate Balance of All Living Things (Hardcover)
Peter Wohlleben 1
R421 R343 Discovery Miles 3 430 Save R78 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

'Peter Wohlleben doesn't merely look, he sees. Let's all learn as much from him as we can, and quickly.' Rosamund Young, author of THE SECRET LIFE OF COWS Did you know that trees can influence the rotation of the earth? Or that wolves can alter the course of a river? Or that earthworms control wild boar populations? The natural world is a web of intricate connections, many of which go unnoticed by humans. But it is these connections that maintain nature's finely balanced equilibrium. Drawing on the latest scientific discoveries and decades of experience as a forester and bestselling author, Peter Wohlleben shows us how different animals, plants, rivers, rocks and weather systems cooperate, and what's at stake when these delicate systems are unbalanced. The earth's ecosystems are too complex for us to compartmentalise and draw up simple rules of cause and effect; but The Secret Network of Nature gives us a chance to marvel at the inner workings and unlikely partnerships of the natural world, where every entity has its own distinct purpose. And the more light that is shed on relationships between species, the more fascinating nature's web becomes.

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
R384 R275 Discovery Miles 2 750 Save R109 (28%) Ships in 10 - 15 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.

Scientific Foundations of Zoos and Aquariums - Their Role in Conservation and Research (Paperback): Allison B. Kaufman,... Scientific Foundations of Zoos and Aquariums - Their Role in Conservation and Research (Paperback)
Allison B. Kaufman, Meredith J. Bashaw, Terry L. Maple
R1,071 Discovery Miles 10 710 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In the modern era, zoos and aquariums fight species extinction, educate communities, and advance learning of animal behaviour. This book features first person stories and scientific reviews to explore ground breaking projects run by these institutions. Large-scale conservation initiatives that benefit multiple species are detailed in the first section, including critical habitat protection, evidence-based techniques to grow animal populations and the design of community education projects. The second section documents how zoos use science to improve the health and welfare of animals in captivity and make difficult management decisions. The section on saving species includes personal tales of efforts to preserve wild populations through rehabilitation, captive breeding, reintroduction, and public outreach. The concluding section details scientific discoveries about animals that would have been impossible without the support of zoos and aquariums. The book is for animal scientists, zoo professionals, educators and researchers worldwide, as well as students of zookeeping and conservation.

FCS Animal Production, Level 2 (Paperback): Patricia Botes, Albert Mazibuko, Gerhardus Viljoen FCS Animal Production, Level 2 (Paperback)
Patricia Botes, Albert Mazibuko, Gerhardus Viljoen
R379 R320 Discovery Miles 3 200 Save R59 (16%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

The series is designed to meet the needs of students and lecturers of the National Certificate Vocational. To facilitate students' learning, the following features are used in the series: Content is written in easy-to-understand language, key terms are carefully explained, using everyday English, case studies show how to apply the theory in the work environment, the study skills sections help students make the most of their learning in class and prepare for the exams, there are many practice activities and questions with model answers at the back of the title, checklists assist students to make sure that they have covered all the skills and content in each chapter, and summaries at the end of each chapter are useful for exam revision. Lecturers using the series can teach with confidence because content is comprehensive, up-to-date, and meets all the curriculum requirements for the subject, outcomes and assessment standards are clearly identified, and assessment tasks and activities are aligned to the outcomes and assessment standards. Prescribing lecturers have access to comprehensive lecturer support material on CD including model answers to assessments in the textbook, additional assessments with model answers, rubrics for assessments, and general reference material on teaching outcomes-based education. The series is available for all programmes, all fundamental and compulsory subjects, and all elective and optional subjects.

Ten Million Aliens - A Journey Through the Entire Animal Kingdom (Paperback): Simon Barnes Ten Million Aliens - A Journey Through the Entire Animal Kingdom (Paperback)
Simon Barnes
R414 R389 Discovery Miles 3 890 Save R25 (6%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Historical Animal (Paperback): Susan Nance The Historical Animal (Paperback)
Susan Nance
R1,032 Discovery Miles 10 320 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The conventional history of animals could be more accurately described as the history of human ideas about animals. Only in the last few decades have scholars from a wide variety of disciplines attempted to document the lives of historical animals in ways that recognize their agency as sentient beings with complex intelligence. This collection advances the field further, inviting us to examine our recorded history through an animal-centric lens to discover how animals have altered the course of our collective past. The seventeen scholars gathered here present case studies from the Pacific Ocean, Africa, Europe, and the Americas, involving species ranging from gorillas and horses to salamanders and orcas. Together they seek out new methodologies, questions, and stories that challenge accepted historical assumptions and structures. Drawing upon environmental, social, and political history, the contributors employ research from such wide-ranging fields as philosophy and veterinary medicine, embracing a radical interdisciplinarity that is crucial to understanding our nonhuman past. Grounded in the knowledge that there has never been a purely human time in world history, this collection asks and answers an incredibly urgent question for historians and others interested in the nonhuman past: in an age of mass extinctions, mass animal captivity, and climate change, when we know much of what animals have done in the past, which of our activities will we want to change in the future?

The Egg (Hardcover, Expanded): Rene Mettler The Egg (Hardcover, Expanded)
Rene Mettler; Illustrated by Rene Mettler; Translated by Sarah Matthews
R294 Discovery Miles 2 940 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

See the egg inside the chicken and the chick inside the egg. Watch as the chick develops, grows, and hatches, and learn about different kinds of bird eggs.

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