Squeezing like a snake, swooping like a bird of prey, snapping a crocodile, attacking like a shark--learn how some of the strongest and most feared animals in the wild use their specialist survival skills.
This book is a valuable supplement to school studies. It sets out the link between an animal's adaptations and its environment clearly, bringing the subject to life with amazing photography and lively, information-packed text.
Inventions have revolutionized our everyday lives in many ways, and this fascinating encyclopedia looks at the different types of human inventions, from the earliest energy-saving devices through to the internet and biotechnology.
Fascinating facts are revealed about all of the animals. A variety of species are explored and illustrated in detail, and special features focus on alligators, vipers, the Komodo dragon and snapping turtles.