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The next of kin a documentation of mind matter and love This book was very inspirational it gives you a whole new outlook on the experience and the feelings of animals Trying to relate with how much Roger Fouts has accomplished in his life is unbearable he has had so many experiences that have been recorded in this book It was the type of book that was hard to put down from the beginning In the next few pages I will discuss parts of the book that really moved me and left an impression on me There are so many great parts it was hard to pick just a few to look into I read this book in the first few weeks of school and re-read in the last two weeks also I have bought a copy for my sister who is very interested in primate psychology and it has so much information and personal experience in it that it is in a way a textbook for primate psychologyWashoe was an extraordinary animal saved out of NASA by very patient and brilliant people it was very exciting to see the advancements that she had made throughout the book Not only her but also the few people that had have been working with her The Gardners the first care takers of Washoe was saved by the Gardners had put a lot of trust into Roger and he proved to be able to accept and work with Washoe from the beginning on Fouts started off as a little kid knowing his only monkey to be curious George never realizing that George was not a monkey but a chimp Growing up on a farm Fouts was always around many animals tending and working with them Realizing the importance of the entire animal Fouts than realized the loyalty when his dog brownie had died jumping in front of the tractor to save his fallen brother The care for animal
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