Schoolchildren and one of the most unpopular animals: are they ready to protect snakes?
Contributor(s):: Ballouard, J. M., Ajtic, R., Balint, H., Brito, J. C., Crnobrnja-Isailovic, J., Desmonts, D., ElMouden, E., Erdogan, M., Feriche, M., Pleguezuelos, J. M., Prokop, P., Sanchez, A., Santos, X., Slimani, T., Tomovic, L., Usak, M., Zuffi, M., Bonnet, X.
Scientific registers and knowledge adduced in Philumenus' About Venomous Beasts
Contributor(s):: Zucker, Arnaud
Snakes as a source of health: the use of their body in Graeco-Roman medical practices
Contributor(s):: Gaillard-Seux, Patricia
Symptomatology of Ophidian bites according to Brooklyn Papyrus no. 47.218.48-85: epistemological aspects of an ancient Egyptian text copied out at IVth century B.C.E
Contributor(s):: Aufrere, Sydney H.
The hissing of the snake: how is it possible to set an inarticulate sound to music?
Contributor(s):: Perrot, Sylvain
Could empathy for animals have been an adaptation in the evolution of Homo sapiens ?
Contributor(s):: Bradshaw, J. W. S., Paul, E. S.
In humans, empathy has emotional and cognitive components, both of which are linked to caring and nurturant behaviour. Variations in each of these facets of empathy were likely to have been accessible to natural selection during the evolution of Homo, although the likely details of their...
Animals and Neolithic schematic art in southern France: Between the real and the ideal
Contributor(s):: Hameau, Philippe
Deer and snakes in the funeral mythology of the Iberian megalithic
Contributor(s):: Ramirez, Primitiva Bueno, Behrmann, Rodrigo de Balbin