The Animal Review: An Objective Critique of the Genius, Mediocrity, and Breathtaking Stupidity That Is Nature

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A&C Black, Jan 1, 2010 - Animals - 133 pages
A hilarious illustrated book of reviews of the world's animals, built on the popular blog of the same name.
 

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User Review  - Merryann - LibraryThing

Well, I like it. I understand the book not being everyone's cup of tea, but for me it works. It's certainly not a 'sit down and read it all in a day' kind of book. I find it more the kind of book that ... Read full review

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User Review  - hailsus - LibraryThing

I would give this book a score of zero if I could. It is factually incorrect and vulgar in places. I read a couple of pages and was disgusted. tried skipping through but I didn't see it getting any better. Read full review

Contents

Panda
2
Spotlight on Poisonous Snakes
15
Spotlight on Bears
30
Bald Eagle
48
Vulture
62
Blue Whale
74
Spotlight on Extinction
89
Octopus
103
Peacock
119
PhotographyArt Credits
132
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Jacob Lentz writes the nightly monologue for the Jimmy Kimmel Show. Steve Nash is an advertising writer. They maintain the beloved blog Animal Review.

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