Many scientists claim that animal brains do not have the complexity to experience what we as humans consider emotions, but author and animal lover Peter Wohlleben disagrees. With dozens of stories and examples of surprising behaviors, he documents the many ways in which animals display something more than pure instinct—something, he argues, that can be considered deep emotion and startling intelligence. The Inner Life of Animals
explores "surprising observations of a hidden world,"
and will make you think, wonder, and believe. (SM)