Wildlife of the World -Monday, October 26, 2015
Penguins pant to keep cool. The western tarsier has the largest eyes of any mammal, relative to its size; each eyeball is slightly heavier than the nocturnal primate’s brain. An orangutan’s arm span can reach seven feet. African savannah elephants are known to care for wounded relatives. From bird-eating spiders to polar bears to honeybees, DK’s Wildlife of the World introduces some of the most spectacular wildlife on the planet. This virtual safari brings readers face-to-face with the world’s most interesting animals who live in habitats as diverse as the Amazon, the Himalayas, the Sahara and the South Pole. The unique traits of more than 400 species are celebrated with an in-depth profile paired with stunning photographs.