Animal Review: An Objective Critique of the Genius, Mediocrity, and Breathtaking Stupidity That Is Nature
  • Animal Review: An Objective Critique of the Genius, Mediocrity, and Breathtaking Stupidity That Is Nature
  • Animal Review: An Objective Critique of the Genius, Mediocrity, and Breathtaking Stupidity That Is Nature
  • Animal Review: An Objective Critique of the Genius, Mediocrity, and Breathtaking Stupidity That Is Nature
  • Animal Review: An Objective Critique of the Genius, Mediocrity, and Breathtaking Stupidity That Is Nature
  • Animal Review: An Objective Critique of the Genius, Mediocrity, and Breathtaking Stupidity That Is Nature
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Animal Review: An Objective Critique of the Genius, Mediocrity, and Breathtaking Stupidity That Is Nature

by Jacob Lentz, Steve Nash
     
 

From Aristotle to Charles Darwin, Carolus Linnaeus to the Crocodile Hunter, humans have been studying animals for thousands of years. Sure, we've learned some stuff. Snakes lack arms. Fish breathe water. Bears have complicated biochemical nervous systems. But in all this time, no one has ever answered the most important question of all: Are these animals any

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Overview

From Aristotle to Charles Darwin, Carolus Linnaeus to the Crocodile Hunter, humans have been studying animals for thousands of years. Sure, we've learned some stuff. Snakes lack arms. Fish breathe water. Bears have complicated biochemical nervous systems. But in all this time, no one has ever answered the most important question of all: Are these animals any good?

Here, at long last, are the authoritative listings and ratings of dozens of your favorite (and least favorite) animals. Expanding on their popular blog of the same name, Jacob Lentz and Steve Nash give you facts, charts, and photos with which to make your own judgment … and then they make it for you. Endlessly entertaining and surprisingly informative, The Animal Review is a perfect gift for animal lovers, comedy fans, or anyone who once bought you a gift and is probably expecting something nice in return.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781608190256
Publisher:
Bloomsbury USA
Publication date:
03/30/2010
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
6.47(w) x 7.96(h) x 0.61(d)

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Jacob Lentz writes the nightly monologue for the Jimmy Kimmel Show. Steve Nash is an advertising writer. They maintain the beloved blog Animal Review.

www.animalreview.wordpress.com

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