How a Fly Walks Upside Down...and Other Curious Facts
Over 250 scientific questions and answers for the unscientific layperson. Humorous and fascinating, it's a vast storehouse of knowledge and a perfect trivia reference book. B&W line drawings throughout. 256 pages.
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