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Baker & Taylor Describes how various animals, including an octopus, a bombadier beetle, a puff adder, and a gliding frog, escape danger.
Baker & Taylor Striking, intricate cut-paper collages explore the myriad unusual and fascinating defense mechanisms that animals in the wild have evolved to escape their predators, from walking on the water to playing dead.
What would you do if something wanted to eat you? Walk on water? Stick out your tongue? Play dead? Animals in the wild use all kinds of methods to protect themselves from their enemies. Using dynamic and intricate cut-paper collages, Steve Jenkins explores the many fascinating and unique defense mechanisms creatures use to escape from danger.