Author: Matin Durrani, Liz Kalaugher
Source: from publisher for review
Links: Indiebound |Goodreads
Summary: Interesting and informative, but it read like a textbook at times.
As I mentioned when talking about Storm in a Teacup, I’d really like to know more about physics than I do. Since I love animals, this book about animal physics seemed like the perfect solution. In this book, the reader will learn that “the way cats and dogs lap up liquids can be explained by the laws of surface tension, how ants navigate is due to polarized light, and why pistol shrimps can generate enough force to destroy aquarium glass using their ”elbows”!” (Source) Read more »