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American ScientistSongs, Roars, and Rituals...is a hard book to dislike. Rogers and Kaplan have an appealing writing style that rolls along with just the right ration of anecdote to theory. They make reference to a wide variety of birds and mammals from every continent...richly laden with examples of animal communication that clarify the definitions being offered...Rogers and Kaplan draw some tricky theoretical distinctions very well...entertaining and elucidative.
— Clive Wynne