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Animal Architects

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Explores a variety of animal habitats, proving that nature has many talented architects.
Paperback, 160 pages
Published April 1st 1994 by Stackpole Books
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William Herschel
An interesting, but basic little book on various animal dwellings. There are three sections, the first being "Anatomical Engineers" which showcases amongst others the bear, badger, woodchuck, and trapdoor spider. The second is "Walls Without Windows" showcasing the bees, ants, beaver and deer. The third is "Innovative Weavers" which highlights more spiders, birds, and the Stickleback Fish.

At the beginning the book has a nice way of comparing animal abodes to those of humans. As the book progress
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