by: William J. Long

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This is a captivating new edition of the classic text that first explored the telepathic abilities of wild animals. How Animals Talk explores the phenomenon of vocal, silent, and even motionless communication among animals. From crow talk to instant herd communication, we discover that animals are much more intelligent, emotional, and moral than we have traditionally thought - and that their ability to sense the presence of other living beings is an innate ability shared by humans as well, although in many of us it has diminished through lack of use. Written by the famous American naturalist William J. Long in 1919, and now with new forewords by Rupert Sheldrake and Mark Bekoff, the observations and wisdom shared here will speak to many of us who feel increasingly drawn to rediscover our sanity in nature!