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Grzimeks animal life encyclopedia

The Sound of X (Wonder Books (Chanhassen, Minn.).)

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      • Translation of Tierleben.

        StatementVan Nostrand Reinhold
        PublishersVan Nostrand Reinhold
        LC Classifications1972
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 81 p. :
        Number of Pages73
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata

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Similar to the first edition written by noted zoologist Bernard Grzimek and published in 1972, the second edition covers all types of animals in geographic areas around the world. These experiences had a significant impact on my early intellectual and even spiritual development. I remember waking one morning and, there, perched on the tip of the stick was a large moth, slowly moving its delicate, light green wings in the early morning sunlight.

Yet, throughout this wonderful tapestry of living creatures, there runs a single thread: Deoxyribonucleic acid or DNA. To my inexperienced eyes, it was one of the most beautiful things I had ever seen. I brought the cocoon back to my room and placed it in a jar on top of my dresser.

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The large, silky capsule was attached to a stick. I had collected a cocoon in a field near my home in early spring. One event I can recall most vividly. Our ancient connection to the living world may drive our curiosity, and perhaps also explain our seemingly insatiable desire for information about animals and nature.

I knew it was a moth, but did not know which species. Yet, each time I encounter a new and unusual animal or habitat my heart still races with the same excitement of my youth.