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Learning to Be Wild: How Animals Achieve Peace, Create Beauty, and Raise Families (Adapted for Young Readers)

Binding: Hardcover
List Price: $26.99
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ISBN: 9781250838254
Publisher: Roaring Brook Press
Language: English
Page Count: 216
Publication Date: 8/22/2023
Size: 9.33" l x 6.25" w x 0.83"
Series: N/A

From New York Times-bestselling author Carl Safina comes Learning to Be Wild, a young readers adaptation of the notable book Becoming Wild that explores community, culture, and belonging through the lives of chimpanzees, macaws, and sperm whales.

What do chimpanzees, macaws, and whales all have in common?

Some believe that culture is strictly a human phenomenon. But that's not true! Culture is passed down from parent to child in all sorts of animal communities. It is the common ground that three very different animals - chimpanzees, macaws, and whales - share.

Discover through the lives of chimpanzees in Uganda, scarlet macaws in Peru, and sperm whales in the Caribbean how they - and we - are all connected, in this wonderous journey around the globe.

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