Ethnozoology

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  • Author : Romulo Romeu Nobrega Alves
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 552 pages
  • ISBN : 0128099143
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Ethnozoology

Ethnozoology
  • Author : Romulo Romeu Nobrega Alves,Ulysses Paulino Albuquerque
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 31 October 2017
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Ethnozoology: Animals In Our Lives represents the first book about this discipline, providing a discussion on key themes on human-animal interactions and their implications, along with recent major advances in research. Humans share the world with a bewildering variety of other animals, and have interacted with them in different ways. This variety of interactions (both past and present) is investigated through ethnozoology, which is a hybrid discipline structured with elements from both the natural and social sciences, as it seeks

The Prehistoric Animal Ecology and Ethnozoology of the Upper Great Lakes Region

The Prehistoric Animal Ecology and Ethnozoology of the Upper Great Lakes Region
  • Author : Charles E. Cleland
  • Publisher : U OF M MUSEUM ANTHRO ARCHAEOLOGY
  • Release : 16 June 1966
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Charles Edward Cleland presents an analysis of the paleoecology and ethnozoology of the Upper Great Lakes from about 12,000 BC to AD 1700, with particular attention to faunal remains found at sites in Michigan and Wisconsin. The nine appendices were originally compiled as faunal reports for archaeological sites in the region.

Navajo and the Animal People

Navajo and the Animal People
  • Author : Steve Pavlik,William Tsosie
  • Publisher : Fulcrum Publishing
  • Release : 01 July 2014
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This text examines the traditional Navajo relationship to the natural world. Specifically, how the tribe once related to the Animal People, and particularly a category of animals, which they collectively referred to as the naatl' eetsoh - the "ones who hunt." These animals, like Native Americans, were once viewed as impediments to progress requiring extermination.

DISENTANGLED

DISENTANGLED
  • Author : Robert L. France
  • Publisher : Wageningen Academic Publishers
  • Release : 28 March 2019
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The Definitive Study and Solution to the Centuries-old Mystery of the World's Most Sighted Sea Serpent There is a long history of conflating sightings of unidentified marine objects (UMOs) as purported sea serpents. Most sightings are either of an extremely brief duration or made by a single observer, and thus often easy to dismiss. This is not the case, however, with respect to the so-called Gloucester Sea Serpent which frequented the Massachusetts and New York coasts during the early nineteenth