The Natural History Book: The Ultimate Visual Guide to Everything on Earth
A spectacular and exceptionally well-illustrated guide to everything on Earth. From rocks to redwoods, microbes to mammals - this is a dazzling visual introduction to our planet's treasures.
Filled with more than 5000 species and in-depth studies of animals, plants, fungi, microorganisms, rocks, and minerals, it's the ultimate celebration of the world's extraordinary diversity of life.
Planet Earth's eclectic wildlife and endless wonders come to life in the most spectacular way in this monumental compendium of Earth's natural wonders. Compiled by a team of professional wildlife experts working with the world-renowned Smithsonian Museum, this comprehensive nature book was 5 years in the making!
This unrivalled visual survey of Earth's natural history looks at every kingdom of life. It is packed with thousands of eye-popping, specially commissioned photographs and in-depth two-page spreads on incredible species. The engaging and informative text was supplied by a global team of natural history experts to make this bold visual encyclopedia a perfect addition to every family bookshelf or school library.
From the evolution of nature to the classification of species, The Natural History Book begins with a general introduction to life on earth. The next chapters form an extensive and accessible catalogue of species and specimens - from flowering plants to reptiles - interspersed with fact-filled introductions to each group and in-depth profile features.
A True Visual Dictionary of Earth's Natural Wonders
The Natural History Book squeezes as many plants, animals, rocks, and minerals as possible between its covers. This extraordinary reference book from DK Books is eye candy for nature lovers of all ages and makes a fantastic gift!
Explore everything on Earth, such as:
- Living earth
- Minerals, rocks, and fossils
- Microscopic life
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