NATURE’S BIZARRE: HOW WONDROUS IS THAT
Anting, preening, imprinting; what do you think these are?
Do you know the difference between nidifuguous and nidiculous, or does all that simply sound ridiculous?
How Wondrous is That: Nature’s Bizarre answers all these questions and welcomes you to the magical world of birds, where you can meet purple sunbirds that never give up and a young black kite pretending to play dead, not to mention the busy Mr Weaver and the popular Ms Snipe. Get to know amazing aerobatic rosy starlings, toughlooking but soft-hearted babblers, and many more strange and wonderful winged creatures.
NATURE’S BIZARRE: HOW WEIRD IS THAT
Daddies that are Mummies…mummies that eat Daddies…shrimps that could knock you out with one punch…touch-me-not frogs…a wildcat that hypnotizes with its ears and brings down flying birds…gluttons that eat themselves up…non-vegetarian plants…bottoms-up babies that parasail around the world – meet and share the adventures of all these weird and wacky creatures in the wonderful mummy-eat-daddy world of nature’s bizarre
NATURE’S BIZARRE: HOW WACKO IS THAT?
If you are not a military-trained commando or wilderness expert but just an ordinary child, then what’s the best way to survive in the wild? Does it help to know how to start a fire by rubbing sticks together, or should you carry a matchbox when you go out into the wild?
A poacher, if caught and convicted for killing a protected animal, can be thrown behind the bars for several years. Yet it’s okay for a government to drown an entire ancient rainforest the size of a small country and every living creature in it for a ‘development’ project. Now how wacko is that?!!
In this book, best buddies Shaila and Sachin face many such situations, which makes them realize just how wacko and absurd some of our attitudes to and dealings with animals, nature, and wildlife can be. Follow their journey to know what needs to change before we relearn to coexist with nature.
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