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Esos asquerosos bichos (1996)

by Nick Arnold

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Con todos las elementos más estremecedores de la ciencia Esos asquerosos bichos te pondrán los pelas de punta.

Si te pica la curiosidad, descubrirás: Qué bichos se esconden tras el papel de la pared. Qué hacen las babosas con sus babas.
Cómo se beben tu sangre las insectos. Por qué las moscas regurgitan sobre tu comida.

Si te crees capaz de soportar los aspectos más nauseabundos de la ciencia, lee este libro en el que se observa con lupa el mundo de los insectos. Conoce familias enteras de repugnantes bichos, descubre los secretas de los científicos más originales y comprueba las teorías sobre el mimetismo de los insectos. Con terribles datos, curiosos tests para profesores y unos cuantos chistes malos, Esos asquerosos bichos rebosa de información sobre insectos ¡La ciencia nunca ha sido tan divertida

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This is a look at the foul side of science. It examines grim families of bugs, what slugs do with their slime, why flies throw up in tea, and how insects drink human blood. There are facts, teacher tests and quizzes.

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Looks at some grim families of bugs, discover which bugs hide behind the wallpaper, what slugs do with their slime, why flies throw up in tea, and how insects drink human blood. Suggested level: intermediate, junior secondary.

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