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- DescriptionIllustrated for the first time, with eighty full-color photographs showing the beauty, complexity and mystery of the world around us, here is the next eagerly awaited volume of science questions and answers from Mick O'Hare and his team at New Scientist. From ripples in glass to 'holograms' in ice, the natural world's wonders are unraveled by the magazine's kwledgeable readers. Six years since its debut, this magnificent series still rides high in the international bestseller lists, with well over two million copies sold. Popular science has never been more absorbing or more enjoyable. For the first time in full color, this latest collection of resourceful, wry and well-informed answers to a remarkable range of baffling science questions is guaranteed to impress and delight.
- Author BiographyNow in print for over fifty years, New Scientist is the bestselling and fastest growing science magazine in the world. Why are Orangutans Orange? is compiled and edited by Mick O'Hare, production editor of New Scientist, who is frequently interviewed on television and radio.
- Author(s)Mick O'Hare
- PublisherPegasus Books
- Date of Publication14/03/2014
- SubjectPopular Science
- Place of PublicationNew York
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintPegasus Books
- Content NoteColor illustrations throughout
- Weight360 g
- Width142 mm
- Height211 mm
- Spine12 mm
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