Cat Eyes and Dog Whistles
Have you ever wondered how dolphins communicate, or tried to figure how many taste buds a chicken has? Why do certain individuals need to wear glasses, or laugh uncontrollably at a ticklish touch? If you find yourself searching for the answers behind life’s simple mysteries, you’ll find everything you’re looking for and more in this fact-filled book.
Cat Eyes and Dog Whistles is filled with incredible information about the seven senses present in humans and animals. Typically, mammals are considered to have five senses: sight, taste, smell, hearing, and touch. The senses that people don’t always consider involve the vestibular system and proprioception. This text discusses fun facts about each sense, biological explanations, and animal instincts.
The body has several instinctual ways of reacting to situations and communicating with our brains. Several experiments, examples, and illustrative explanations fill the pages to fully inform readers about each interesting topic. This intriguing book will instill a passion for learning and a new-found appreciation for biology with children ages six to twelve. This text isn’t just for inquisitive children; adults will enjoy reading along and discovering astonishing new facts about animals as well as themselves.
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