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by Ted Dewan

ePub Inside the Whale and Other Animals download
Author:
Ted Dewan
ISBN13:
978-0207172168
ISBN:
0207172161
Publisher:
Angus & Robertson Childrens (July 1, 1992)
Category:
Subcategory:
Biological Sciences
ePub file:
1956 kb
Fb2 file:
1660 kb
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Rating:
4.2
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364

Other books offer anatomical diagrams of some of the same animals, but none have the broad scope of Dewan's book. In addition, it has a sense of fun that is rare in science books.

Other books offer anatomical diagrams of some of the same animals, but none have the broad scope of Dewan's book. The inner anatomy of 21 animals, including the chicken, gorilla, crocodile, snake, fly, and snail. A double-spread, full- color, labeled drawing is given for each, with cutaway sections to focus attention on special features.

Inside the Whale and Other Animals Paperback – 1998. A discover Science book for children-inside view of a whale etc. Extra large book with many illustrations and pictures that makes this book very kid friendly. by. Ted Dewan (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

Ted Dewan is an American-born British writer and illustrator of children's books who resides in England. For Inside the Whale and Other Animals he won the 1992 Mother Goose Award from Books for Children as "the most exciting newcomer to British children's book illustration". He is best known as the creator of the award-winning book series, Bing, now adapted into an animated television series.

In fact, humans, killer whales and a few other whales are the only species whose females continue to live for . The fact that neither sons or daughters leave their families of origin is extremely rare- in almost all animal species, one or both sexes disperse.

In fact, humans, killer whales and a few other whales are the only species whose females continue to live for years after they stop reproducing. After menopause, grandmothers take the lead hunting for salmon, the Southern Residents’ main food source. Most of the winter they forage offshore, supplementing salmon with other fish. This means that as a female killer whale ages, a greater percentage of her family consists of her children and grandchildren, while more distant relatives die off.

Start by marking Inside the Whale and Other Animals as Want to Read . From a scorpion's stomach to a kangaroo's kidneys and the esophagus of an octopus, artist Ted Dewan gets under the skin to reveal nature's innermost workings.

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INSIDE THE WHALE: and Other Animals. A double-spread, full- color, labeled drawing is given for each, with cutaway sections to focus. Inside the Whale and Other Animals Ted Dewan Snippet view - 1991. Bibliographic information. Inside the Whale and Other Animals Dorling Kindersley book.

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April 6, 2012 History. Inside the Whale and Other Animals. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Inside the Whale and Other Animals from your list? Inside the Whale and Other Animals. Published May 1, 1992 by Doubleday Books for Young Readers.

by Steve Parker & illustrated by Ted Dewan.

INSIDE THE WHALE And Other Animals. Illustrated by Ted Dewan. The book, which has the look and feel of "The Way Things Work," by David Macaulay, is a mechanics manual for the animal kingdom

INSIDE THE WHALE And Other Animals. 48 pp. New York: Doubleday. The book, which has the look and feel of "The Way Things Work," by David Macaulay, is a mechanics manual for the animal kingdom. We learn how camels survive the desert (not by storing water in their humps, it turns out), how a rattlesnake can swallow something bigger than its head, how a bat navigates with sonar and can sleep hanging upside down and, most fascinating of all, how a newborn kangaroo travels from the birth canal up to its mother's pouch.

Literally looking inside the animal world, from turtles to triceratops, from the oesophagus of an octopus to the entrails of an elephant, this book uses illustrations to reveal nature's innermost workings

Literally looking inside the animal world, from turtles to triceratops, from the oesophagus of an octopus to the entrails of an elephant, this book uses illustrations to reveal nature's innermost workings. Each spread focuses on a different creature, getting under the skin to reveal what a camel really keeps in its hump, what a mosquito does with all the blood, and what happens to a rat after a rattlesnake has swallowed it whole. This book features a range of animals including sea creatures such as starfish and insects such as the bee.

Literally looking inside the animal world, from turtles to triceratops, from the oesophagus of an octopus to the entrails of an elephant, this book uses illustrations to reveal nature's innermost workings. Each spread focuses on a different creature, getting under the skin to reveal what a camel really keeps in its hump, what a mosquito does with all the blood, and what happens to a rat after a rattlesnake has swallowed it whole. This book features a range of animals including sea creatures such as starfish and insects such as the bee. Additional illustrations compare the anatomy and physiology of each animal with mechanical equivalents - some real and some imaginary.
  • This book is over 25 years old, but it's still pretty good to look at. It's for kids, but it's also appealing to adults. Looking at the insides of the animals we share the planet with shows how much there actually is to learn about biology and zoology.

  • I recieved this book when I was a kid and I still enjoy reading through it. The authors have taken material that would normally be found in a dry textbook and made it fascinating for people of all ages to read. The illustrations, which show the interior anatomy of different animals, are fully colored and engaging. If you ever wondered where a scorpion breathes, where an octopus's brain is located, or what's actually inside of a snail's shell, this is one of the most interesting books you could possibly encounter.
    I recommend it wholeheartedly. Almost anyone can learn from it and it can be especially entertaining for children.