By American Museum of Natural History (Author)
Can you spot what’s hiding in the wild? From the smallest animals to the largest, underwater and on land, creatures all over the world can blend with their environment to stay “invisible.” Lift the flaps to meet six of these incredible creatures, including a caterpillar, zebra, and octopus, all showcased in stunning photographs. The simple text and engaging facts are vetted by the unmatched experts at the Museum of Natural History.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
The American Museum of Natural History in New York City is one of the largest and most respected museums in the world. Since the Museum was founded in 1869, its collections have grown to include more than 33 million specimens and artifacts relating to the natural world and human cultures. The Museum showcases its collections in the exhibit halls, and, behind the scenes, more than 200 scientists carry out cutting-edge research. It is also home to the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial, New York State’s official memorial to its 33rd governor and the nation’s 26th president, and a tribute to Roosevelt's enduring legacy of conservation. Approximately five million people from around the world visit the Museum each year. Plan a trip to the Museum, home of the world's largest collection of dinosaur fossils, or visit online at amnh.org.