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Peoplewatching: The Desmond Morris Guide to Body Language - Kindle edition by Desmond Morris. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Peoplewatching: The Desmond Morris Guide to Body Language. Born on 24 January in Purton, Wiltshire, Desmond John Morris is the son of Marjorie and the children's fiction author Harry Morris. In , the Morrises moved to the nearby town of Swindon, which remained his primary home until During this time in Swindon Morris began to develop a strong interest in both. Desmond Morris was born in Educated at Birmingham and Oxford universities, he became the Curator of Mammals at London Zoo in , a post he held for eight years. In he published The Naked Ape which has sold over 10 million copies world.
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In Dogwatching, zoologist Desmond Morris gives answers to fascinating fundamental questions about our canine companions – questions so often overlooked by standard dog books, which concentrate on grooming, feeding and veterinary care. It is a book for dog-lovers everywhere, one which will lead to an even deeper. Buy the eBook Peoplewatching, The Desmond Morris Guide to Body Language by Desmond Morris online from Australia's leading online eBook store. Download eBooks from Booktopia today. In Bison, Desmond Morris traces the past and present of this massive animal who resembles 'the front half of a mountain gorilla and the rear half of a racehorse.' His excellent chapters on bison in art, and bison social and natural history, are heightened by the photographs--including a bison male showing the flared-nose .