Guide to Animals

Guide to Animals

by Frank Sherwin

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Guide to Animals by Frank Sherwin

How do fish breathe and birds fly?

Why do some animals migrate and others hibernate?

And what happened to the dinosaurs and other extinct animals?

Get the answers from zoologist Frank Sherwin in the latest book in ICR's popular Guide to series!

This beautiful hardcover edition is loaded with full-color illustrations, fun facts, and the science about some of your favorite animals in creation!

Topics include:

• Creation of the Animals
• Are Humans Animals?
• Tigers--Big Cats, Small Numbers
• Animals on the Ark
• Designed for Flight
• Snakes--Limbless Land Animals
• Dinosaurs--"Terrible Lizards"
• Fossilized Animals
• Sharks--Vertebrates with No Bones
• Camouflage
• Extreme Habitats
• Horses--Animals Built for Work
• And special sections dedicated to dolphins, monkeys, penguins, dogs, cats...and many more!

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940148889533
Publisher: Institute for Creation Research
Publication date: 10/31/2013
Series: Guide to , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 120
File size: 13 MB
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Age Range: 9 - 12 Years

About the Author

Frank Sherwin received his bachelor’s degree in biology from Western State College, Gunnison,
Colorado, in 1978. He attended graduate school at the University of Northern Colorado,
where he studied under the late Gerald D. Schmidt, one of the foremost parasitologists
in America. During his time in graduate school, Mr. Sherwin discovered a new species
of parasite, the study of which was published in a peer-reviewed secular journal. In 1985,
Mr. Sherwin obtained a masters degree in zoology.

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