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The Inner World of Farm Animals by Amy Hatkoff
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Nov 17, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: feast-your-eyes-on-this, non-fiction
Read in November, 2009

Goats are the animals that act most like dogs.

Sheep can read and respond to emotional cues from both human and sheep faces.

Cows have excellent memories.

Pigs are smarter than dogs.

Turkeys are affectionate with humans.

The avian brain is similar to the human brain and processes information in much the same way.

The photos in this book are some of the best I have ever seen.

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