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Dogs that know when their owners are returning; cats that answer the telephone when a person they are attached to is calling; horses that can find their way home over unfamiliar terrain; animals that anticipate earthquakes; these are some aspects of animal behaviour that suggest the existence of forms of perceptiveness that lie beyond present-day scientific understanding. Rupert Sheldrake, one of the world's most innovative scientists, explores ways in which our own family pets can teach us to question the boundaries of conventional scientific thought. Much that seems paranormal at present looks normal when we expand our ideas of normality.
300pp, 129mm x 198mm, Paperback, 1999