Ethnozoology: A Brief Introduction

@inproceedings{Alves2015EthnozoologyAB,
  title={Ethnozoology: A Brief Introduction},
  author={R{\^o}mulo Romeu N{\'o}brega Alves and Wedson Medeiros Silva Souto},
  year={2015}
}
Connections between animals and humans date back thousands of years, and cultures all over the world have developed characteristic ways of interacting with the regional fauna over time. Human communities have accumulated a huge store of knowledge about animals through the centuries (passed from generation to generation, largely through oral traditions) that is closely integrated with many other cultural aspects, and this zoological knowledge is an important part of our human cultural heritage… CONTINUE READING

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