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Built By Animals: the Natural History of Animal Architecture
Mike Hansell
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An emeritus professor of Animal Architecture at the University of Glasgow studies how animals shape their own environments from a distinctively human perspective on construction. He argues that less intelligent species can still create highly intelligent designs

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