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Through Vivid Stories Of Devoted Pigs, Two Timing Magpies, And Scheming Roosters, The Inner Life Of Animals Weaves The Latest Scientific Research Into How Animals Interact With The World With Peter Wohlleben S Personal Experiences In Forests And Fields.Horses Feel Shame, Deer Grieve, And Goats Discipline Their Kids Ravens Call Their Friends By Name, Rats Regret Bad Choices, And Butterflies Choose The Very Best Places For Their Children To Grow Up.In This, His Latest Book, Peter Wohlleben Follows The Hugely Successful The Hidden Life Of Trees With Insightful Stories Into The Emotions, Feelings, And Intelligence Of Animals Around Us Animals Are Different From Us In Ways That Amaze Us And They Are Also Much Closer To Us Than We Ever Would Have Thought. Das Seelenleben der Tiere


About the Author: Peter Wohlleben

Peter Wohlleben born in Bonn, 1964, is a German forester and author who writes on ecological themes in popular language.



10 thoughts on “Das Seelenleben der Tiere

  1. Tanja Berg Tanja Berg says:

    Since this book didn t bring any knew knowledge for me, it would really have been a 3 3,5 book However, since the theme is incredibly important it definitely gets 4 It s also easily read, well told and Wohlleben s own farm runs as a red thread through the chapters It s incredibly daft that people think animals even mammals can feel neither pain nor emotions As mammals we have a simila


  2. Jeanette Jeanette says:

    This was about observation than it was about scientific inquiry As the title suggests, he sure stuck to it too So do not expect any trials or proofs here But those who love stories about peoples viewing and habits of animals they have experienced They will like this much than I did The stories are primarily one time owned or friend kept animals But birds of several varieties, domestic


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  4. Julia Julia says:

    Delightful reading, full of interesting observations in both senses of the word This book isn t a comprehensive review of all the current science on animals, and it never claims to be It s an educated, informed, gentle and very open minded take on whether some of our baseline assumptions might just be wrong.Questions lead to questions most of the time here.The chapters are short, small bites


  5. Jenna Jenna says:

    I was thrilled when I saw Peter Wohlleben had written this book about animals His Secret Life of Trees was one of the best books I read last year The way he wrote, and the abundance of facts gave me such an intense appreciation for trees that I had previously lacked In The Inner Life of Animals Wohlleben writes with the same love, respect, and appreciation of animals as he wrote abo


  6. nettebuecherkiste nettebuecherkiste says:

    Was f hlen Tiere K nnen Tiere denke wie Menschen Bei welchen Tieren h rt die Empfindsamkeit auf Bei Fischen oder erst bei Fruchtfliegen Mit diesen Fragen besch ftigt sich der F rster Autor des erfolgreichen Buchs Das geheime Leben der B ume in seinem neuesten Werk.Vorab Mein Verh ltnis zu Tieren bezeichnen manche als nicht ganz gesund Die meisten Tiere sind f r mich vor allem eins unschuldige, s e B


  7. Paul Paul says:

    Animals of all kinds have played a part in the human story from way back they have been companions, used for work, providing and actually being the food in a lot of cases too Whilst some have been cherished, lots have been treated as pure commodities and we have often been quite cruel usually because people thought that they were not capable of communicating or had emotions The latest scientific resear


  8. kari kari says:

    PL Mam poczucie, e autor nie do ko ca by pewien, czym ta ksi ka ma by doniesienia z bada i obserwacji cho , niestety, z drugiej r ki odno niki prowadz g wnie do popularnych gazet mieszaj si z anegdotami z ycia le nicz wki...


  9. Caro the Helmet Lady Caro the Helmet Lady says:

    My only problem with this book was that it was too short.


  10. Richard Reese Richard Reese says:

    In his bestselling book, The Hidden Life of Trees, Peter Wohlleben revealed the fascinating magic and mystery of trees He spent his childhood close to nature, where he was fascinated by the family of life In his adult years, he has been a forest manager in Germany, continually striving to nurture the health of the land, and minimize harms He has spent much of his life outdoors Consequently, he has developed a p


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