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Detektiv Danny Dodo ermittelt. Kid's Book

Why do animals die out? And what can you do about it?

Flying frogs from Sri Lanka and Panama, snails from Hawaii, giant tortoises from the Galapagos Islands, and hedgehog rays from the Indian Ocean - many exotic animals gradually disappear from the surface of the earth. Detective Danny Dodo investigates the extinction of species. He explains why his family and the Tasmanian tigers no longer exist and how hunting or environmental degradation caused many of his friends in the animal kingdom to become "endangered species." He explains how the lemurs, manatees, albatrosses, and the black rhinoceros found less and less food because human immigrants were too ruthless in their areas. The book conveys expert knowledge and shows what everyone can do to help Leopard & Co. to survive. Child-friendly and colorful illustrations convey this demanding topic so sensitively that it makes this book
read like an animal novel. Save the species: in the sky, on water, and land!

The author, Nick Crumpton, is a paleobiologist and zoologist. The content of the stories is based on his intensive research. The tips on environmentally friendly behavior on the "pinboard" at the end of the book are noteworthy: there, too, it is very child-friendly and cheerful – and also inspires adults to contribute to the preservation of our biodiversity.

Hardcover
48 pages, fully illustrated
Size: 23 cm × 30 cm
From 5 years
Language: German

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Detektiv Danny Dodo ermittelt. Kid's Book

Why do animals die out? And what can you do about it?

Flying frogs from Sri Lanka and Panama, snails from Hawaii, giant tortoises from the Galapagos Islands, and hedgehog rays from the Indian Ocean - many exotic animals gradually disappear from the surface of the earth. Detective Danny Dodo investigates the extinction of species. He explains why his family and the Tasmanian tigers no longer exist and how hunting or environmental degradation caused many of his friends in the animal kingdom to become "endangered species." He explains how the lemurs, manatees, albatrosses, and the black rhinoceros found less and less food because human immigrants were too ruthless in their areas. The book conveys expert knowledge and shows what everyone can do to help Leopard & Co. to survive. Child-friendly and colorful illustrations convey this demanding topic so sensitively that it makes this book
read like an animal novel. Save the species: in the sky, on water, and land!

The author, Nick Crumpton, is a paleobiologist and zoologist. The content of the stories is based on his intensive research. The tips on environmentally friendly behavior on the "pinboard" at the end of the book are noteworthy: there, too, it is very child-friendly and cheerful – and also inspires adults to contribute to the preservation of our biodiversity.

Hardcover
48 pages, fully illustrated
Size: 23 cm × 30 cm
From 5 years
Language: German

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