3 edition of The wounded animals. found in the catalog.
The wounded animals.
Niki de Saint-Phalle
Published in an edition of 5000 copies for the exhibition held at Gimpel Fils, London and Gimpel Weitzenhoffer, New York, June 7-September 10 1988.
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In their new book, “Vets and Pets: Wounded Warriors and the Animals That Help Them Heal” (Skyhorse Publishing), Dava Guerin and Kevin Ferris share tales of . Emotions have a voice; when they're wounded, they may react like a wounded animal. Wounded animals can be quite dangerous, and so can wounded emotions if they're followed. Grieving people need to know about the grieving process and some of the things they may experience such as not to be led by painful feelings.
Elephantmen Volume 1: Wounded Animals Revised Edition Paperback – Sept. 15 by Richard Starkings (Author), Joe Kelly (Author), Various Artists (Artist) & out of 5 stars 14 ratings. Book 1 of 4 in the Elephantmen Series. See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price 4/5(14). I've never wounded an animal in real life, so I have no 'facts' to back up my thoughts, just a thought experiment. I feel that unless you shot was to a part of the animal critical to locomotion, perhaps adrenaline (if the endocrine system in animals is more or less the same as humans) would make the animal flee at a relatively fast speed.
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