An amazing book of the facts and quirky knowledge of the animal kingdom or Zoology, if you are studying at University. The book is so packed with interesting facts that it would a fascinating and useful read for research for all ages, from 7-25+.
If however, you are like me and just interested, this is a book to dip into and read some amazing information about our world. For instance, the fact bubble called Frog Finders on the Rainforest Rangers pages describes how triangulation works to find elusive frogs.
Join the scientists uncovering the secrets of the animal kingdom in this funny, fact-packed introduction to zoology. The Who, What, Why of Zoology is an exciting first book on this fascinating field of science. From the deepest oceans to Himalayan valleys, zoologists explore far and wide to better understand the worlds of mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and nearly anything else that can walk, fly, or swim!
Not only is this book filled with up-to-the-minute facts about your favourite animals, but it also goes behind the scenes and out in the field to show how real zoologists find out more about the creatures we know, and even discover new ones.
Each chapter dives into a different real-world environment to observe the animals that live there, then fills the scene with zoologists to explore how this exciting science actually works. Then, turn the page to learn about the modern mysteries to which scientists are still searching for answers. Every page is bursting with facts you’ve never heard before, as well as plenty of funny detail to keep you searching for hours.
There are so many interesting sections, such as Wonders of the Wilderness but best thing to do is to purchase the book for a complete read. You will not be disappointed!
Sue Martin – Children’s Literacy Specialist