Publication Date: 6 April 2023
Did you know that beavers have orange teeth? Or that some monkeys floss their teeth using bird feathers? Or that one species of bird can walk underwater? Or that alligators stay underwater for longer by swallowing rocks? Or that sea otters use rocks to crack open prey?
Welcome to Animal FACTopia, a purrfectly amazing world of facts, all of which are verified by Encyclopaedia Britannica. Every fact in this book is connected to the next in a fascinating web of information, where you will leapfrog from topic to topic in surprising and hilarious ways. Sometimes your path branches and you can slide down a rabbit hole to a totally different, but still connected, part of the book.
Discover where your curiosity will take you!
The latest title in the fantastic Factopedia series exploring facts to make you itch, squirm, oooh, and coo is the perfect non-fiction browser to take you on an incredible trail of beastly facts.
Packed with a myriad of facts you hadn’t even thought you needed to know, this delves into the animal world brining you closer to some creatures than is comfortable. Who knew the rattle snake’s rattle is made from the same substance as human hair? Or that you can buy paintings created by some of the inhabitants at a Texan zoo? Have you ever wondered what zebras do when they get startled or how adult birds keep their nests poo free when full of chicks?
Whether you dip in and out, start and the beginning and follow through to the end, or leap from one path to another, each related fact will have you yearning for more. The latest title in the fantastic Factopedia series exploring facts to make you squirm with disgust is the perfect non-fiction browser to take you on an incredible trail of foul facts.
Huge thanks to Laura and What On Earth Books for sending me a finished copy and inviting me to take part in the blog tour. Do make sure you check out all of the other stops.