Noses That Plow And PokeBook - 1999
Who's nose-y? Most animals are! That's because they usually have a much better sense of smell than humans do, and depend on their noses to find food, sense danger, poke around, and--if they're tame--do tricks. Black bears and grizzlies sniff out squirrels that are running underground, sharks smell blood from a distance of three city blocks, and rabbits have six times the sensors we have. Full-color photos and black-and-white illustrations capture an array of animals in their natural habitats. The author lives in Victoria, British Columbia. 32 pages (all in color), 8 x 10. NEW IN PAPERBACK
Publisher: Vancouver : Greystone Books, c1999.
Characteristics: 30 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.