What makes your pet howl, yow,l and meow? Why do cats see so well in the dark? The newest entry in Lark’s favorably reviewed science series for children has the answers in a fun, fully-illustrated collection of activities that teach youngsters all about their family pets. And best of all, kids carry out the experiments with the help of the animals themselves. It’s like a game of “monkey see, monkey do” when youngsters imitate the variety of ways pets move by trying to slither, hop, and scamper. They’ll study the animal’s body language and try to understand what it’s “saying,” and test the buoyancy, strength, and water resistance of different types of hair and feathers. From dogs to fish, there's a wild world to discover.