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New Scientist Presents: The Anti-Zoo

New Scientist Presents: The Anti-Zoo
Magazine

Which animal has the biggest mouth? Can alligators use tools? Why would a toad have a moustache? Could a mouse beat a scorpion in a fight? How do great white sharks find love? And are sheep really as stupid as everyone thinks? Find out the answers to all these questions, and many more, in New Scientist ’s Anti-Zoo, based on the hugely popular Zoologger column. Prepare to meet 50 of the strangest, scariest and most unexpected animals known to science. From the world’s nicest bird (which has a really, really dark side) to the fly that headbutts its way through solid rock, these are the mavericks and misfits of the animal kingdom.


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  • Release date: November 17, 2014

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Which animal has the biggest mouth? Can alligators use tools? Why would a toad have a moustache? Could a mouse beat a scorpion in a fight? How do great white sharks find love? And are sheep really as stupid as everyone thinks? Find out the answers to all these questions, and many more, in New Scientist ’s Anti-Zoo, based on the hugely popular Zoologger column. Prepare to meet 50 of the strangest, scariest and most unexpected animals known to science. From the world’s nicest bird (which has a really, really dark side) to the fly that headbutts its way through solid rock, these are the mavericks and misfits of the animal kingdom.


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