Why do flies make a buzzing noise? Which insect eats soap? What animals live underneath paving stones?
This Wild Britain Big Book explores a habitat within Britain. It provides examples of the animals that live there, the plants that grow there and the changes that take place in different seasons. The threats that face the habitat are explained, and a food chain shows how some of the plants and animals interact in that habitat.
Towns and Cities explains what town and city habitats are. The books shows how plants and animals adapt to living side by side with humans, and the unusual places they make their homes. The lives of bats, starlings, ants and mice are explored.
This Big Book contains beautiful photographs from around the United Kingdom.
Dimensions: 32 pages, 492mm x 343mm, soft cover, full colour throughout.
Author: Louise and Richard Spilsbury