"The strange, fascinating role of color. This wide-ranging survey shows how color in the natural world serves varied purposes....A colorful collection of wonders from the natural world."--Kirkus Reviews
Get familiar with animals from around the world who use color as a super power
In this fact-filled and engaging book, you will read surprising stories of how animals use color to thrive in their habitat. Color gives them unique powers: the giant cuttlefish changes color to hide from predators, while the firefly glows in the dark to choose a mate; and if the flamingo was to stop eating brine shrimp, they would no longer be pink
Learn about the venomous spiders from the jungle, how tigers use camouflage to hunt their prey or how coral and fish have learned to live in harmony with each other.
Each page is vividly illustrated and is accompanied by authoritative text, providing an exploration of the animal's habitats and habits.