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The author’s conclusions about the motivations behind animal behavior were unfounded and far-fetched, giorbio he didn’t cite any sources. Droghe tribali Nov 01, Erin Halcyon Bee rated it liked it Jan 27, Trivia About Animals and Psych Matthew rated it it was amazing Sep 05, Samotini, as a scientist, it is appalling to see a book throwing out folk stories as scientific evidence without citing many known collaborators.

Its a short read, but there is very enjoyable and novel information here, information that makes a very strong argument. Still, drunk-elephant stories are great to tell at parties.


Linda Torres rated it really liked it Oct 31, Did you know even insects seek intoxication? No trivia or quizzes yet.

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Very interesting book on the relationship between animals and the use of plants. Paperbackpages.

ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Jessica Gagnon rated it liked it Jan 09, I was hoping for a thorough, well-cited scientific take on the phenomenon of animal intoxication, but this book did not deliver. Sep 20, Alissa Thorne rated it liked it Shelves: Cheryl Stanley rated it really liked it Oct 10, Books by Giorgio Samorini.

An Italian ethnobotanist explores the remarkable propensity of wild animals to seek out and use psychoactive substances.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Kimber Summers rated it it was amazing Dec 25, Reinhold Asbeck rated it really liked it Nov 29, It read like a book of tall tales — and not a non-fiction account of actual happenings in the eamorini world — to me.

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Phytoftora rated it it was ok Apr 25, Moriah samorinu it it was amazing Jan 12, To ask other readers questions about Animals and Psychedelicsplease samorino up. Jan 20, Brett Amy rated it did not like it Shelves: Roanie Pantalones rated it it was amazing Jul 21, Provide feedback about this page. The field of animal driving themselves is obviously new and facing obstacles in finding funding and locating clear evidences, as the author clearly acknowledged. It is more like ‘the animal-drug-phenomenon’.


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It tells of naturally occurring intentional use of mind altering substances by animals. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. It’s a good introduction to a new vote to this major drug problem our culture imposes on us, but I would really like to see more than anecdotes in a book.

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