Why would several monkeys suddenly fall from the trees? How do tiny frogs make deadly poisons. Why do certain plants harbour hoards of biting ants? What kind of creature pollinates an odd-looking flower? These are some of the mysteries explored in this fascinating book by wildlife biologist Susan Quinlan. This title features: eleven ecological mysteries solved by science. It offers abundant information on three types of tropical forest. It reveals the interconnectedness of nature.
Susan E. Quinlan is a wildlife biologist, who has worked for many years as a field biologist and outdoor educator. She lives in Fairbanks, Alaska.