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“The second you think you know everything, you realize there’s a lot you don’t know,” says Marc Bekoff, who has spent his entire career studying animal behavior and biology and playing an integral role in animal rights organizations.

As Professor Emeritus of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Colorado, Boulder and Fellow of the Animal Behavior Society, Dr. Bekoff values productive conversation with people who bring different opinions to the table, and advocates for the importance of understanding the complexity of all other species on planet Earth.

He joins the podcast today to discuss the surprising similarities and differences between and within different species, the role domestic dogs play in our lives and vice versa, how personality variation contributes to the formation and maintenance of groups of animals, and so much more.

Tune in to learn:

  • How common myths about domestic dogs are perpetuated in society
  • What he’s learned through long-term studies on coyotes in Grand Teton National Park
  • Observations that demonstrate fair behavior within a species, whether in terms of playing, eating, or grooming (and how “cheaters” in the system tend to do in the long run)

Learn more by visiting marcbekoff.com.

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