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Savannah mammals, 14 Dec. 2006
This is a fantastic book. The idea that humans adapted to life on the Savannah over a period of millions of years and will therefore be ill-equiped to handle city life is eloquently and simply put. I thorougly enjoyed this book and could not put it down. Together with 'The Naked Ape' I would go so far as to say we have a technical manual for human behaviour. Required reading for any inquisitive homo sapien.