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  • Author:
    Mike Hansell
  • ISBN:
    0198507518
  • ISBN13:
    978-0198507512
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    Oxford University Press (March 3, 2005)
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    334 pages
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Mike Hansell is a Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Biomedical and Life Sciences, University of Glasgow, UK.

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Series: Oxford Animal Biology Series. Paperback: 334 pages.

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Animal Architecture - Oxford Animal Biology Series (Paperback). Mike Hansell (author)

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by Mike Hansell and Michael H. Hansell. Construction behaviour occurs across the entire spectrum of the animal kingdom and affects the survival of both builders and other organisms associated with them

by Mike Hansell and Michael H. Construction behaviour occurs across the entire spectrum of the animal kingdom and affects the survival of both builders and other organisms associated with them. Animal Architecture provides a comprehensive overview of the biology of animal building. The book recognizes three broad categoriesof built structure: homes, traps, and courtship displays.

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This book provides a comprehensive overview of the biology of animal building. It recognizes three broad categories of built structure: homes, traps, and courtship displays.

Construction behaviour occurs across the entire spectrum of the animal kingdom and affects the survival of both builders and other organisms associated with them. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the biology of animal building. Even though some of these structures are complex and very large, the behaviour required to build them is generally simple and the anatomy for building unspecialized. Standardization of building materials helps to keep.

This book is intended for students and researchers in comparative animal biology, but will also be of relevance and use to architects and civil engineers interested in developing ideas from the animal kingdom.