Why 'Animals Make Us Human'

Why you should adopt a black cat instead of an orange one? Do dogs need a pack leader or a poppa? And how do you to draw blood from an antelope without terrifying it? These are some of the questions author and animal advocate Temple Grandin answers in her new book, Animals Make Us Human: Creating the Best Life for Animals.

Alex Cohen talks to Grandin about what humans can do to understand and accommodate animal behavior.

Read Alex Cohen's reflections on animals on our blog.

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