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It's a proven fact that children up to a certain age find it easier to learn through the visual medium than any other. With Visual Biology: Animals, Vladimir A. Timokhanov offers a meticulously detailed visual guide of the physical anatomies of the various animals that inhabit the planet. Learn about the different types of living organisms, including arthropods, fishes, reptiles, birds, and mammals, and gain a better understanding of their biology with this illustrated study guide that provides you with all the information you need. Do you find science classes difficult? Do you want to learn more about evolution? In this book, you will discover the evolutionary tree, get a glimpse at the digestive tract of a leech, acquire knowledge of the multitude of insects around us, analyze the anatomy of a starfish, and much more.
In this concise handbook, Vladimir A. Timokhanov offers readers an opportunity to learn about the fundamental makeup of the living organisms that surround us. Visual Biology: Animals is for those curious young minds who love science and animals. This is the kind of book that's a must-have in public and school libraries, science and biology classrooms, and homes. The illustrations are vivid and very detailed, and this makes it easier for the young reader to grasp the contents. One of the things I really liked was the generous use of color to illustrate the different parts of a mammal or a bird's body, as this made things easier to distinguish. Overall, I found Visual Biology: Animals to be an informative and educational study guide for children and young adults alike. Highly recommended.