ANIMALS AND THEIR EARS by Olive L. & Michael Kantor Earle

ANIMALS AND THEIR EARS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Without much concern for what goes on inside, Earle & Kantor introduce various styles of pinnae (or outer ears) and their animal wearers, and kids who can't hope to do more than wiggle their own ears will probably envy the movable pinnae of cats and dogs, the sonar systems used by whales and bats and the muscle-bound waterproof ears of hippos and many seals. However, the general-purpose animal lore that pads out this slight essay will strike more sophisticated animal-watchers as redundant.

Pub Date: March 27th, 1974
Publisher: Morrow