Darwin's Dogs: How Darwin's pets helped form a world-changing theory of evolution

Title Darwin's Dogs: How Darwin's pets helped form a world-changing theory of evolution
Names Townshend, Emma.
Book Number DBC16628
Title Status Active
Medium Digital Books
Annotation Emma Townshend looks at Darwin's life through a uniquely canine perspective, from his fondly written letters home inquiring after the health of family pets to his profound scientific consideration of the ancestry of the domesticated dog, Townshend brings insight to Darwin's evolutionary theories.
Narrator Chaston, Kate.
Local Subject Natural history - 508
Female Narrator - FN
Andrew Heiskell Studio Recording - AHS
Animals Zoology - SCZOO
Animals - Zoology - 590
Biography - Science - BSCI
Audience Notes Emma Townshend looks at Darwin's life through a uniquely canine perspective, from his fondly written letters home inquiring after the health of family pets to his profound scientific consideration of the ancestry of the domesticated dog, Townshend brings insight to Darwin's evolutionary theories.
Local Subject Genetics & evolution - 576
Biology & Life Sciences - 570
Non-Fiction - NF
Adult Non-Fiction - AN
Adult Book - AD
Biography - BIOG
LC Subject Dogs
Evolution (Biology)
Natural selection
Naturalists - Great Britain
Downloadable books
Biographies
Nonfiction
Talking books
Call Number 576.82092 ANF
Language English
Released 2009
Publication Info New York : Frances Lincoln 2009
Original Publication Recorded from: 1st Frances Lincoln ed. London : Frances Lincoln, 2009. 9780711230651
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