Looking for the best Zoology books? Browse our list to find excellent book recommendations on the subject.
- The Zoology Coloring Book (1982)
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- Zoology for Kids: Understanding and Working with Animals, with 21 Activities (For Kids series) (2015)
- A Dictionary of Zoology (Oxford Quick Reference) ()
- After Man: A Zoology of the Future (1981)
- Integrated Principles of Zoology (2017)
- Invertebrate Zoology: A Functional Evolutionary Approach (2015)
- Zoologies: On Animals and the Human Spirit (2014)
- The Truth About Animals: Stoned Sloths, Lovelorn Hippos, and Other Tales from the Wild Side of Wildlife (2019)
- Zoology Laboratory Manual: An Integrative Approach (2016)
- So, You Want to Work with Animals?: Discover Fantastic Ways to Work with Animals, from Veterinary Science to Aquatic Biology (Be What You Want) (2017)
The Zoology Coloring Book (1982)
For high school biology students and college zoology students, as well as for all students of nature, this coloring book teaches the structure and function of the major animal groups, from simple to complex. Brief, informative texts accompany each drawing.
ISBN: 9781260085099 is an International Student Edition of Zoology 11th Edition by Stephen A Miller and Todd A. Tupper This ISBN is Textbook only. It will not come with online access code. The content of of this title on all formats are the same. Online Access code (if required by your instructor ) sold separately at ISBN 9781260161984
Zoology for Kids: Understanding and Working with Animals, with 21 Activities (For Kids series) (2015)
Zoology for Kids invites the next generation of zoologists to discover the animal kingdom through clear, entertaining information and anecdotes, lush color photos, hands-on activities, and peer-reviewed research. Young minds are introduced to zoology as a science by discussing animals’ forms, functions, and behaviors as well as the history behind zoos and aquariums.
This best-selling dictionary is the most comprehensive and up to date of its kind, containing over 6,000 entries on all aspects of zoology. Wide-ranging, authoritative, and with jargon-free definitions, this dictionary is an indispensable reference tool.
What exotic creatures does tomorrow hold? Dougal Dixon’s classic work of speculative anthropology blends science and fantasy in a stunning zoology of the future.
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Ruppert/Barnes’ best-selling introduction to the biology of invertebrates is highly regarded for its accuracy and strong research base. This thorough revision provides a survey by animal group, emphasizing evolutionary origins, adaptive morphology and physiology, while covering anatomical ground plans and basic developmental patterns. New co-author Richard Fox brings to the revision his expertise as an ecologist, offering a good balance to Ruppert’s background as a functional morphologist.
Humans were surrounded by other animals from the beginning of time: they were food, clothes, adversaries, companions, jokes, and gods. And yet, our companions in evolution are leaving the world — both as physical beings and spiritual symbols — and not returning. In this collection of linked essays, Alison Hawthorne Deming asks, and seeks to answer: what does the disappearance of animals mean for human imagination and existence?
The Truth About Animals: Stoned Sloths, Lovelorn Hippos, and Other Tales from the Wild Side of Wildlife (2019)
Whether we’re seeing a viral video of romping baby pandas or a picture of penguins “holding hands,” it’s hard for us to think of animals as anything but playful paragons of innocence and virtue. So you’ve probably never considered if moose get drunk, penguins cheat on their mates, or worker ants lay about. They do–and that’s just for starters.
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So, You Want to Work with Animals?: Discover Fantastic Ways to Work with Animals, from Veterinary Science to Aquatic Biology (Be What You Want) (2017)
Love animals? Make your passion your profession with this comprehensive guide that reveals a whole host of careers that work hands-on with animals of all shapes, sizes, and species in the tenth book in the Be What You Want series.Do you remember what career you dreamed of having when you were a kid? Right up there along with firefighter, doctor, and astronaut, you’ll find veterinarian as one of the top kid’s dream jobs.
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ISE EBook Online Access for Integrated Principles of Zoology
Author(s): Hickman, Cleveland; Keen, Susan; Eisenhour, David
ID: 3047864, Publisher: McGraw-Hill US Higher Ed ISE, Year: 2021, Size: 64 Mb, Format: epub
ISE Integrated Principles of Zoology
Author(s): Cleveland Hickman, Susan Keen, David Eisenhour, Allan Larson, Helen I'Anson
ID: 3077331, Publisher: McGraw-Hill Interamericana de España S.L., Year: 2021, Size: 138 Mb, Format: pdf
Invertebrate Zoology: A Tree of Life Approach
Author(s): Bernd Schierwater; Rob DeSalle
ID: 3130574, Publisher: CRC Press, Year: 2021, Size: 57 Mb, Format: pdf
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