Wild Animals of the South

Wild Animals of the South

by Dieter Braun




Famous German illustrator Dieter Braun offers his readers an accurate representation of animals from the southern hemisphere in this gorgeously illustrated volume. Through his beautiful and colorful illustrations, readers will be dazzled by the giraffes and elephants in Africa, koalas and kangaroos in Australia, huge blue whales in the open oceans, and many more!

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ISBN-13: 9781909263970
Publisher: Nobrow Ltd.
Publication date: 05/09/2017
Pages: 152
Product dimensions: 9.50(w) x 11.90(h) x 0.90(d)
Age Range: 7 - 8 Years

About the Author

Dieter Braun is a freelance illustrator and children’s book author from Hamburg, Germany. He studied Communication Design at the Folkwangschule in Essen. Clients include International publications like Time Magazine, the New York Times, stern, Cosmopolitan, Newsweek, Elle, and Glamour.

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The World of Wild Animals

There are many millions of animals in the world: mammals, birds, reptiles, fish, insects - no one quite knows how many actually populate our Earth. More are constantly being discovered and every year many disappear, never to be seen again. Even large and powerful animals like the tiger are threatened with extinction. Humankind could exist without tigers, tapirs or ocelots, but it would be wrong to assume taht we are the most important creature on Earth. We are intruders in the animal kingdom and with every animal that dies out, our life on this planet loses a part of its power and color and beauty. In fact, we don't want to even imagine a world without all of these amazing creatures that live in forests and jungles, in valleys and mountains, in oceans and savannahs, do we?

This book is dedicated to the animals in the southern half of the globe. It tells us how and where they live, what they look like, what they eat, how they find each other or hide from one another and all the other things they get up to. We'll take a look into hot tropical corners, but also make a detour into the cold of the Antarctic, where life is especially hard but sometimes more peaceful - maybe because people don't show up there so often! No matter how different all of these animals are, how different their shapes, their colors or their way of life in the highest treetops, the deepest oceans or the starkest deserts, one thing ties them together: their will to live and their freedom.

Have fun in the wilderness!

Table of Contents

Page 7: Africa
Page 55. South America
Page 81. Asia
Page 99. Australia
Page 123. Antarctica

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