Why Don't Fish Drown
Animals are a bit odd when you look closely at them. For example, frogs and other amphibians have breathable skin, they can breathe underwater. Whales and dolphins and other mammals that live in the sea need to come up to the air to breathe. Animals are even more odd when you compare them to humans. Why don't we have tails? And why don't animals have to brush their teeth or wear clothes? This book tries to answer some of these questions. It's a brilliant read and hours of fun for budding zoologists of all ages.
Who wrote it?
Anna Claybourne, with illustrations by Claire Goble
How does it come?
Hardback, 19 x 26 x 1.5 cm, 91 pages
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