Roger Abrantes

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Roger Abrantes (1951 in Portugal) is a Portuguese author on the behaviors of animals, with a PhD in Evolutionary Biology and Ethology, and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy.[1] He is the divisional director at the Ethology Institute Cambridge where he holds regular lectures.

Publications[edit]

  • Dog Language: An Encyclopedia of Canine Behavior (1997) ISBN 978-0966048407
  • Dogs Home Alone (1999) ISBN 978-0966048421
  • The Evolution of Canine Social Behavior (2003) ISBN 978-0966048414
  • Dog Behavior A-Z (2005) ISBN 978-3440093559

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dr. Roger Abrantes - Dog Star Daily". dogstardaily.com. Retrieved 2012-12-16.

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