Why do animals think and behave and react in the ways they do?
Animal behaviorist Temple Grandin has spent a lifetime finding answers. And for her, the journey has been a personal one, as well.
Grandin is autistic, and has found that animal behavior is not unlike that of some people with autism.
I first met her in 2005, when she published her book Animals in Translation.
So here now, from 2005, Temple Grandin.
Temple Grandin is 75 now, and still active in the field of animal behaviorism.
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