Super Nature Encyclopedia: The 100 Most Incredible Creatures on the Planet

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Dorling Kindersley, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 255 pages
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How can a cheetah accelerate from zero to forty miles per hour in three seconds? How do termites build cooling systems into their homes? What is that Alien-like set of jaws in a moray eel's mouth for? These questions and more are explored in Super Nature Encyclopedia, an interactive look at the "wow" factor of the natural world spotlighting Great White Sharks, African Elephants, Emperor Moths, Howler Monkeys and more of the world's most fascinating and surprising animals in remarkable detail. Visualized with incredible 3D animal models with cross-sections and strip layers, readers can explore every essential detail of the animals' anatomical features and learn why their bodies work the way they do.

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User Review  - Dave Van Es - Goodreads

This book has some good information, however, if you read carefully you will notice some inconsistencies with their information. Eg. How fast can the Sailfish swim has three different numbers. 1 ... Read full review

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