Contains field notes to 46 bugs arranged by habitat, including pond, forest, ground, leaves, field, flower. This book gives comprehensive information about these fascinating creatures - how they live, what they eat, unusual characteristics, and more.
The ingeniously designed, safe plastic bottle is perfect for catching and viewing creepy crawlies, then letting them go unharmed. This is a bug kit with a conscience! The full-colour book provides field notes to 46 bugs (up from the original 24) arranged by habitat, including pond, forest, ground, leaves, field, flower. Written by entomologist Hugh Danks, the "Bug Book" gives comprehensive information about these fascinating creatures - how they live, what they eat, unusual characteristics, and more.It offers simple, clear guidelines on how to collect and care for bugs, and equally helpful hints on which bugs not to catch. New to the kit are a fold-out bug chart for quick identification, a magnifier to see the critters up close, and a bug explorer's journal to record discoveries. Discover how the whirligig beetle got its name, why fireflies light up, and how water striders walk on water. And then impress parents and friends - here are all the tools kids need to become bona fide bug experts.
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Hugh Danks, Ph.D., is an award-winning entomologist who served as the head of the Biological Survey of Canada for insects for nearly 30 years. Dr. Danks wrote the first edition of The Bug Book and has given many workshops at the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa, Canada, where he lives.
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This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us.