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"Zoobiquity" included on Harvard University’s selection of science books for non-scientists

Dr. Natterson-Horowitz and Kathryn Bowers’ Zoobiquity was included on a list of Harvard faculty scientists’ favorite books for non-scientists. Dr. Daniel Lieberman, Chair of Harvard University’s Department of Human Evolutionary Biology, had the following to say about the New York Times bestseller:

“Natterson-Horowitz and Bowers eloquently explore how so many of the medical conditions we confront — from cancer to obsessive-compulsive disorder — also occur in other species. Although the book’s goal is to examine what animals teach us about being human, I found the book also made me think about how human health can teach us more about other animals.”

Find the full list here.


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