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Animal cities

P. J. Atkins

Animal cities

beastly urban histories

by P. J. Atkins

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  • 20 Currently reading

Published by Ashgate in Burlington, VT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Urban ecology (Biology),
  • Urban animals,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statement[edited] by Peter Atkins
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH541.5.C6 A535 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25177504M
    ISBN 109781409446552, 9781409446569
    LC Control Number2011052209

    Most wild animals are afraid of humans and, if threatened, will try to protect themselves -- sometimes by biting. Also, wild animals carry diseases. If you see an animal that seems to be sick or injured, call your city's animal control department or the police. Don't try to help the animal yourself. For more fun activities and crafts for kids, see. Animal Cities: Beastly Urban Histories. Peter Atkins (ed.) Ashgate. Find this book: Animal Cities presents a collection of essays on the changing role of animals in cities during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Concerned primarily with the place of ‘productive animals’ – horses, cattle, chickens – this volume of urban.

    The text says that wild animals usually come into cities to look for food, I think if I were an animal I would do the same!:) The city is too dangerous for animals and I think the humans should take more care of them, because the animals just want to find food to stay alive. It's really great that The city council in Cape Town searchs for. There are lots of animals in the city. What animal will you see next? The Mustard Seed Books project uses an open-source, Wikipedia-type strategy, leveraging public expertise to create and refine a set of high-quality books that support early reading development. All of the books and pictures are covered by the Creative Commons License.

    City Animals is an informative book that introduces readers to animals that may be found in cities. Students will read about unusual city animals, such as hawks and opossums and animals with which they are more familiar, such as dogs and squirrels. The repetitive text pattern is . The old way of living with animals meant forcing them out of their habitats so we could build ours, according to Tristan Donovan, the author of Feral Cities: Adventures with Animals in the Urban.


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