Why Anteater’s Tongue Is So Long and Other Ways Animals Are Equipped For Life


Written by Radka Píro
Illustrated by Lida Larina
age 3-5

Book parameters:
Size 220 x 220 mm | 5 spreads | 5 fold-out pages with cut-outs | hardbinding
Sold to:
English, Portuguese

Why does a peacock have such extravagant tail feathers? Why do crocodiles have eyes on the top of their heads? Which animal is a master of camouflage and who has legs not made for walking? Discover the coolest animal anatomy tricks!

Peek-a-boo! Which animal is hiding there? Only its furry tail can be seen. And over there a glimpse of an eye. Animals are playful and they love to play hide and seek. Can you tell which animal is which by their eyes, limbs, skin, or perhaps tail? Find out how these clever creatures adapted to live the way they do.