Dung beetles, which live on every continent except Antarctica, are beetles that feed partly or exclusively on feces. This audiobook describes dung beetles, including their development, their place in the food chain, and how they help the environment.
Describes adaptations that occur in the desert environment, including general adaptations and examples.
Venus flytraps, sundews, pitcher plants, butterworts, and bladderworts: carnivorous plants are fascinating. This audiobook describes the world of meat-eating and other unusual plants, including characteristics, life cycles, and where they live.
The deep sea - dark, cold, and under high pressures - is often thought of as relatively lifeless. But, there are species that are fully adapted to it. This audiobook escribes adaptations that occur in the deep-sea environment, including general characteristics and examples.
Animals that live in dark caves are called troglobites or "cave-dwellers". Often, they have transformed to adapt to their darkened surroundings. This audiobook describes adaptations that occur in a cave environment, including general adaptations and examples.
The insect and spider worlds are incredibly diverse, and include many unusual species. This audiobook describes the world of arthropods, including characteristics, life cycles, and defenses.
A maggot is a soft, legless larva of an insect, such as the housefly. This audiobook describes the world of maggots, including their characteristics, their life cycle, and their role in the food chain.
Describes the world of reptiles, including characteristics, life cycles, and defenses.