We know that human sexual behavior is mediated by pheromones; we know now that mediation by both aerosol and contact hormones is intricately complicated, far beyond what human consciousness can identify. The pheromone control of animal sexual behavior is undoubtedly even more complicated. All this being so, I assume, because in evolution reproduction is central. Food is also central to maintaining life, of course, so presumably food behavior is mediated by pheromones. For instance, in pack mammals, dominance hierarchy establishes food acquisition behavior and feeding order. Since territoriality is important for the organization of both sexual behavior and food behavior, I infer that territoriality must also be intricately mediated and to a large degree controlled by pheromones, beyond the marking behavior that I have discussed so far. The world of experience realized by animals, proto-humans, and humans is built upon a rich, dense, complicated, territorially bounded universe of unconscious hormone and pheromone mediated, ecologically situated behavior.