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  • Hardcover
  • 308
  • The Intimate Bond
  • Brian M. Fagan
  • en
  • 13 July 2020
  • 9781620405727

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READ & DOWNLOAD õ BERNALAMOROCHO.CO µ Brian M. Fagan Brian M. Fagan µ 1 SUMMARY FREE READ The Intimate Bond Intimate bond with animals Among other stories Fagan explores how herding changed human behavior; how the humble donkey helped launch the process of globalization; and how the horse carried a hearty band of nomads across the world and toppled the emperor of ChinaWith characteristic care and penetrating insight Fagan reveals the profound influence that animals have exercised on human history and how in fact they often drove i. I received this book through the First Reads program It s not the kind of book I generally pick up to read but I have to say I learned a lot and enjoyed it a fair amount It s dense and maybe not a book you read all at once but for animal lovers and history buffs it s gold Intuición stories Fagan explores how herding changed human behavior; how the humble donkey helped launch the process of globalization; and how the horse carried a hearty band of nomads across the world and toppled the emperor of ChinaWith characteristic care and penetrating insight Fagan reveals the profound influence that animals have exercised on human history and how in fact they often drove i. I received this book through the First Reads program It How Money Became Dangerous s not the kind of book I generally pick up to read but I have to Windburn say I learned a lot and enjoyed it a fair amount It Knights vs Dinosaurs s gold

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READ & DOWNLOAD õ BERNALAMOROCHO.CO µ Brian M. Fagan Brian M. Fagan µ 1 SUMMARY FREE READ The Intimate Bond Animals and our ever changing relationship with them have left an indelible mark on human history From the dawn of our existence animals and humans have been constantly redefining their relationship with one another and entire civilizations have risen and fallen upon this curious bond we share with our fellow fauna Brian Fagan unfolds this fascinating story from the first wolf who wandered into our prehistoric ancestors' cam. This book is a history of the relationship between animals and humans It s good to be reminded of this relationship because we tend to forget how dependent the development of human civilization was on animals Humans today are probably independent of and separated from other animals than at any other time in the history of human life on this earth Today cars trains and trucks transport goods including food to the cities where most people live Eggs milk and meat are eaten by most people with little thought about where these things come from This book begins with speculation about how and where first encounters between species occurred DNA analysis has enabled scientist to determine the probable geographic locations of the first domestications of many animals In many ways the development of tool usage and domestication of animals went hand in hand Animals just happen to be tools that were alive One of my motivations for listening to this book was to see if the book supported one of my pet theories as to why modern humans prevailed over the Neanderthals My theory is that modern humans effectively used dogs as guards and hunters giving them a competitive edge This book makes no mention of this though the early use of dogs is certainly discussed One animal that gets high praise in this book is the donkey The book refers to them as the pickup trucks of early history They enabled the development of international commerce during the Bronze Age Their role was partly replaced a couple centuries before Christ by the camel However the camel was a relative late comer to the world of transportOf course the book mentions all the common farm animals such as sheep pigs and cattle Horses take up a large part of the second half of the book Cats and chickens are covered but their coverage is relatively short Toward the end of the book there s discussion about how animals have been treated and continue to be treated Needless to say they have not always been treated well But humans haven t always been treat well either So let s just say they humananimal history is not all sugar and spice and things niceThe following information is NOT from this book but I m including it here for my own future reference I find this article from Time Magazine interesting because it is a reminder of how finely tuned the selective breeding of dogs has been able to develop a species that can read human facial expressions and hand gestures better than our closest biological relatives the apes Understanding a pointed finger may seem easy but consider this while humans and canines can do it naturally no other known species in the animal kingdom can When and Where I Enter The Impact of Black Women on Race and Sex in America story from the first wolf who wandered into our prehistoric ancestors' cam. 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