For over 100 years a chasm has separated animal lovers – who know that their dog, cat, horse, or parrot have complex emotional lives – and scientists, to whom attributing any emotions to animals has been equivalent to heresy. And while a groundswell among a new generation of scientists has begun chipping away at this traditional taboo, and animal lovers eagerly consume whatever they can find about the subject, no one book has yet gathered all the available information into an engaging and authoritative portrait of animals emotional lives. Not, that is, until now.

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7 thoughts on “When Elephants Weep

  1. Have this book on my bookshelf as one of my most treasured books. Also have a huge painting of an elephant over my livingroom couch. If I knew how to post it with this, I would but don’t see any way to do. Love love love elephants. ❤

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    1. Ronnie says:

      Do you mean, post a picture of your painting?


  2. That’s excellent. Thanks


  3. BroadBlogs says:

    Thanks for alerting us to this. It’s so important for everyone to understand this.


    1. Ronnie says:

      Thank you. I have ordered the book and I will write a brief summary after I read it.


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