WONDERS OF ANIMAL ARCHITECTURE by Sigmund A. Lovine

WONDERS OF ANIMAL ARCHITECTURE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Announcing- the author's seventh title in Dodd Mead's popular Wonder Books. The book investigates the shelters that various animals make for themselves. From the intricacy of burrowed out tunnel systems to the fragile spider web and the freakish twenty foot high ""skyscrapers"" of certain ants, the text and the pictures provide a wide variety of odd, intriguing facts about animal housing. Especially useful are the many detailed cross-sections of the hard-to-visualize interiors.

Pub Date: April 6th, 1964
Publisher: Dodd, Mead