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By Frydenborg, Kay
Scientists race to control the wild pony population of Assateague Island, Virginia. The horses' remarkable survival story is photographed and described in illustrious and rare detail in this marvelous addition to the successful series.
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This series investigates unusual careers in science-related fields and finds out about commonly considered ways in which science can be put to use. With full colour phtographs and illustrations. Ages 12-16 years.
Fossil evidence shows that we began sharing our lives with dogs much earlier than had been previously thought. With this evidence, a new theory of human and dog coevolution has arisen, and with it a different way to look at our relationship with humankind's best friend. Combining... history, paleontology, biology, cutting-edge medical science, and photography, Kay Frydenborg paints a picture of how humans and dogs became so closely entwined--and how we coevolved into the species we are today.Read more
By Frydenborg, Kay; Frydenborg, Kathryn
SITF sheds light on wild horse population control, a largely ignored area of equine animal science.
Afascinating accountfor teen readersthatcaptures the history, science, and economic and cultural implications of the harvesting of cacao and creation of chocolate. Readers of Chew On This and The Omnivore's Dilemma will savor this rich expose.
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For use in schools and libraries only. Scientists race to control the wild pony population of Assateague Island, Virginia. The horses' remarkable survival story is photographed and described in illustrious and rare detail in this marvelous addition to the successful series.
History, science, culture, and religion converge to tell a story as rich--and dark--as chocolate itself. Fans of The Omnivore's Dilemma will savor this decadent expos featuring black and white photos.
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