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Chauvin wrote a number of books on parapsychology that were similar to books by the authors Jacques Bergier and Louis Pauwels. Animal societies, from bee to gorilla, ed. Most of Chauvin's works have been published in French. The translations into English are listed here: The life of the insect and physiology, ed. Lechevalier, 1941, repr. Plon, 1963. Fighting techniques in animals, ed. Hachette, coll. The Adventure of Life, 1965. Our unknown powers (under the pseudonym Pierre Duval, Jacques + Bergier), ed. Planet (Planet Encyclopedia coll.
Published 1968 by Hill and Wang in New York. Includes bibliographical references. Translation of Les sociétés animales de l'abeille au gorille.
Published 1968 by Gollancz in London. Check nearby libraries.
Make offer - Animal Societies: From the Bee to the Gorilla; by Remy Chauvin. LONDON ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY PROCEEDINGS (August 1965) - ISLE OF MAN - TANGANYIKA.
Make offer - Animal Societies From the Bee to the Gorilla, Chauvin, REmy. Studies in Law, Politics, and Society: 57,, Used; Very Good Book.
Animals and their communication signals make up a unique environmental world. The sender of the signal, the signal itself, and the receiver interact to produce a complex communication system
Animals and their communication signals make up a unique environmental world. The sender of the signal, the signal itself, and the receiver interact to produce a complex communication system. Evidence is accumulating that many species of animal are especially adapted not only for producing species-specific communication signals, but also for perceiving such signals (Marler 1984; Dooling & Hulse 1989). We recently reported an experiment in which budgerigars and Belgian Waterslager canaries wer. ONTINUE READING.
Animal Societies from the Bee to the Gorilla. by Remy Chauvin, translated by George Ordish. Of nature in the raw most of us see, at most, carefully chosen samples and would not really relish much more. Yet many of us have a strong feeling that we need at least some contact with trees and animals, open air and sea. Is this a hangover from the time not very long ago when agriculture and fishing were nearer to Nature? Does it represent for man a truly fundamental need? The form and motions of an animal or of a tree seem to have a particular rhythm and authenticity, if it may be so described, which is not supplied by any of the works of man.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780809026807. Release Date: January 1968.
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