- Hogar - James Shreeve
«The sneaky abilities of our arcivescovo cousins suggest that we may owe our great intellect to an passed down need to deceive. » Machiavellian Apes, James Shreeve, Discover, 06 1991. Fraud. Deception. Infidelity. Theft. Once these phrases are used, or browse, the initial thought features human traits. Not once would somebody think of pets as being capable […]
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