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Humanimal: incredible ways animals are just like us!

Format: Hardback

ISBN: 9781912920006

Publication Date: 10 Oct 2019

Subject: Nature

Suitable for: Primary (Year 3, Year 4, Year 5)

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Explores the ways that animals behave in ways similar to our own, such as communication, playing, farming and cultivating food, and teamwork.

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Summary

Explores the ways that animals behave in ways similar to our own, such as communication, playing, farming and cultivating food, and teamwork.

Do you think humans are special, completely different from other animals? Well, it's time to think again!

Whales communicate with one another
Damselfish run their own farms
Bees vote in elections
Slime mould solves puzzles
Bonobos share food with the hungry

Discover these and many other creatures who share not only our planet but many of our most complex behaviours as well. With scientists finding more and more we have in common, it's time to join author Christopher Lloyd and illustrator Mark Ruffle in their celebration of all things... humanimal.

NOTE: Blue Peter Book Awards Longlist 2020
NOTE: UKLA Book Awards 2021 - Longlist

Awards
  • Longlisted - UKLA Book Awards Information Books (3–14+) 2021
Contents

Foreword
Community
Teamwork
Farming
City living
Having fun
Showing off
Feelings
Love
Aggression
Grief
Intelligence
Self-awareness
Language
Deception
Puzzle solving
Invention
Glossary
Studying animals
Index
Selected sources

Category
JNF
Subject
Nature
Dewey
590
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Illustrations
Full colour illus throughout
Pub. date
10 Oct 2019
Edition
First
ISBN
9781912920006
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Binding
Hardback
Pages
48
Width
265mm
Height
285mm
Weight
562g
Index
Yes
Contents page
Yes
Glossary
Yes
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