Mowat's "Observing Wolves", Goodall's "First Observations", Booth's "The Social Lives Of Dolphins": Observating Animals


Mowat's "Observing Wolves", Goodall's "First Observations", Booth's "The
Social Lives of Dolphins": Observating Animals
Ed Munster
All of the essays have one thing in common, they all deal with
observing animals. And with their observation comes at times interaction.
They might "mingle" with these animals. Or the observers would just sit
there and do what they are supposed to, observe.
Our race, is naturally curious and interested in the unknown. In
other words what we do not know or understand we try to understand. We try
to understand our surroundings. In doing this, we would have gained
knowledge.
In Mowat's essay, "Observing Wolves", Mowat attempts to make first
contact by urinating ...

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rest of the world thought that chimpazees
were vegetarians. She also observed the chimpazees making the use of tools.
Such as sticking a blade of grass into a termite mound to get at the
insects.
In Booth's essay, "The Social Lives of Dolphins", Booth draws a
parallel between the lives of dolphins and the lives of chimpazees. He
compares the two creatures showing their likenesses. With some minor
differences. This essay is based on observations of another group as well,
who were Conner and Smolker (undergraduate students 1982).
With the work of all the observers, it seem that even though we
have been on this earth for a million years. We are now just beginning to
understand it. The essays seems to say "We are beginning to ...

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