Everything You Know About Animals Is Wrong
By Matt Brown (Author)
You may think you know the truth about animals, but Matt Brown is here to set you straight. In his inimitable humorous style, Brown takes apart widely held misconceptions, from lemmings throwing themselves off cliffs (they don't, but some occasionally just fall off) to bats being blind (they're not, but use their more sophisticated echolocation for certain hunting). Whether you’re searching for facts on head-in-the-sand ostriches or cats landing on their feet, this book contains a wealth of information on every type of creature—along with fun features on animals’ odd diets.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Matt Brown was a scientific editor, writer, and event host, working for Reed Elsevier and Nature Publishing Group. He served as the Royal Institution’s quizmaster, and also put on science quizzes for the Royal Society, the Manchester Science Museum, and the Hunterian Museum. Matt’s previous books in this series include Everything You Know About Science Is Wrong and Everything You Know About Space Is Wrong. He is Editor-at-Large of Londonist.com.