From the pages of Scientific American comes the latest information and explorations into the bizarre realm of the natural world, including:
-Our oldest relatives and the discovery of missing links
-Strange predators, from flesh-eating chimps to the lethal Komodo dragon
-Strange plant life, such as the carnivorous Venus's flytrap and the Voodoo lily
-Extinct monsters, and giant, flightless, flesh-eating birds
-Mysterious denizens of the deep, such as the giant squid and the slime hag
-Insect oddities: fire ants, singing caterpillars, and Africanized bees
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Established in 1845, Scientific American has long been the world's premier science journal. Through its reports of ground-breaking discoveries and inventions written by leading scientists, it has become known as the first and foremost source on innovations in science and technology.
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Book Description Byron Preiss, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110312268181
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