Everything You Know About Animals is Wrong

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Publisher Description

A humorous and informative book, debunking a range of commonly held myths about animals.

Camels store water in their humps and magpies love to steal shiny objects. Or do they? A must-read in the Everything you Know series, this book debunks a range of old-cod stories about animals in author Matt Brown's inimitable humorous and fascinating style.

Covering everything from the myth that lemmings throw themselves off cliffs in suicide (they don't, but on occasion some just fall off) to the one about bats being blind (they're not, and they can see but use the more sophisticated echolocation for certain hunting). From head in the sand ostriches to cats landing on their feet, a wealth of information on our beloved pets to creepy crawlies and wild giants, this book will set the marvel of the animal word straight. Plus, there are special features on the odd diets of animals and how wrongly they are portrayed in the movies.

All the old stories and myths about animals we've had since childhood are gleefully debunked in a hugely entertaining book.

GENRE
Science & Nature
RELEASED
2020
25 March
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
160
Pages
PUBLISHER
Batsford Books
SELLER
Perseus Books, LLC
SIZE
17.1
MB

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