By G. A. Bradshaw
utilizing the mixed lenses of normal heritage, neuroscience, and psychology, G. A. Bradshaw describes how predators share the rainbow of feelings that people event, together with mental trauma. popular for top learn on post-traumatic tension disease (PTSD) in elephants and different species, Bradshaw decries the irrational considering in the back of flora and fauna guidelines that equate killing carnivores with “conservation.” as a substitute, she proposes a brand new, moral method of coexistence with the planet’s fiercest animals.
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