Superpowers of Nature is a fascinating, quirky photographic book featuring the amazing superpowers in the animal kingdom.
With incredible photos and fascinating text, this book is a celebration of biodiversity and nature. From the platypus to the peregrine falcon, find out all about these amazing animals and the extraordinary abilities that make them the superheroes of our planet. For example:
- An octopus's brain is distributed all over its body
- The tropical frog causes potential predators to wretch violently
- The plumed basilisk can run for its life on water!
This book is from the Animal Powers series, which celebrates the weird, extraordinary, and truly amazing powers of some of nature's most incredible animals, while celebrating biodiversity and encouraging young readers to value the natural world around them. Also available is Superheroes of Nature, which showcases the true heroes of the animal kingdom.
About the Author
Georges Feterman is an associate professor of natural sciences. He is also the president of the association "A.R.B.R.E.S. "(Remarkable Trees, Assessment, Research, Studies and Safeguarding) campaigning for in-depth research on remarkable trees. For twenty years, he has been recording and photographing the most remarkable subjects of the French natural heritage because of their proportions, stories or rarity.