Meet the small, shy, smelly, and sleepy creatures from around the world whose unique features have helped them survive, adapt, and thrive when faced with bigger, faster, stronger predators. Hoatzins, zorillas, okapis, and tiny Amau frogs smaller than the tip of a pinkie finger are just some of the many diverse and fascinating animals depicted in humorous and informative portraits that showcase a variety of incredible critters up close and in their natural habitats.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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