The Golden Mole: and Other Living Treasure
A pangolin's tongue is longer than its body. It keeps it furled in a nifty pouch near the hip
A swift flies 200,000 miles in its lifetime. That's far enough to get to the moon and back - then back to the moon.
There's a fable that storks deliver babies. In fact, the Nazis used them to air-drop propaganda.
Each of these animals is extraordinary. And each of them may soon disappear from the earth.
A lavishly illustrated compendium of the staggering lives of some of the world's most endangered animals, The Golden Mole is a chance to be awestruck and lovestruck - to fall for the likes of the wondrous Pygmy Hippo, the seahorse, the Narwhal and, as astonishing and endangered as them all, the human. 288 pages.
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