David Grimm

Science

Guest

Deputy News Editor at Science, and the author of Citizen Canine: Our Evolving Relationship with Cats and Dogs

David Grimm on KCRW

It’s easy to forget that the purring little feline curled up on your lap is descended from fierce, wild beasts.

From Wildcats to Housecats

It’s easy to forget that the purring little feline curled up on your lap is descended from fierce, wild beasts.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

In the mid-1800's, Charles Darwin postulated that dogs could think and even communicate with each other, guided by certain rules of morality.

Canine Communication and the Hidden Language of Dogs at Play

In the mid-1800's, Charles Darwin postulated that dogs could think and even communicate with each other, guided by certain rules of morality.

from To the Point

When Ron Callan Jr. died in 2007 he left an estate of over 2 million dollars.

'Citizen Canine'

When Ron Callan Jr. died in 2007 he left an estate of over 2 million dollars.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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