This book explores a highly successful group of mammals—the carnivores—in stunning visual detail. A comprehensive introduction places carnivores in the context of other living things, and an extensive catalog showcases the incredible variety of these animals. Every group of carnivores is covered, including dogs, weasels, seals, and civets. Many individual specimens are also profiled, each accompanied by clear, concise text and key data.
More extensive features focus on key species, such as the polar bear and the tiger, and include stunning, specially commissioned photography.
Conceived from the ground up to take advantage of this amazing new technology, DK Natural History: Mammals - Carnivores brings the subject to life like never before, and offers an amazing range of interactive features, including:
• Interactive galleries
DK Natural History: Mammals - Carnivores includes:
• 70 interactive and illustrated pages
• Illustrated profiles of nearly 200 individual specimens
• Expanded profiles of key species
• Hundreds of crystal-clear photographs, many specially commissioned
• Key contextual images
DK Natural History: Mammals - Carnivores forms part of an ongoing series that is a landmark in illustrated reference publishing and was authenticated by experts at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History. The complete series offers an unrivalled visual survey of Earth’s natural history, giving a clear overview of the natural world with over 6,000 species featured.
DK - Dorling Kindersley - is an award-winning publisher of distinctive, highly visual products for adults and children. We produce books, ebooks, and apps for consumers in over 100 countries and 60 languages. Founded in London in 1974 we are enormously proud to be the world’s leading illustrated reference publisher.
Everything we make strives to inform, inspire, and entertain readers of all ages.
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It is a memory intensive book. It chews up the RAM.
I had a iPad1, I had to stop all my apps runnning in the background. So with only 256MB of RAM , it is no wonder people were having problems.
I have the new iPad, the 1GB ram really helps. Looks and performs excellent.
The font type is great. Only drawback are the photos - they look a bit low-res under Retina Display.
As Captain Cranky has noted. This book looks promising but crashes your iBooks app. You need to fully shut down the iBooks app (possibly several times) to escape the grey screen of doom.
This is great
This book is great and definately worth the price.
Good for kids to study, grownups who just want to read, or artists (like me) looking for some source material.