Animals That Changed the World



How Animals Big And Small Have Shaped Today S World.From Furry Felines To Hard Working Horses, Animals Have Had A Tremendous Impact On World History For Example, Rats, Through The Diseases They Carry, Have Probably Killed People Than Any War Or Natural Disaster, Goats May Have Been The First To Discover Coffee And, Thanks To Camels, People Were Able To Survive For Long Periods In The Desert And Open Up Trade Routes Between Europe And Asia.However, Animals Can Also Be Destructive Mosquitoes Spread Deadly Diseases And May Even Have Killed Alexander The Great Some Animals Have Changed The Environment By Damaging Whole Ecosystems, Creating Deserts In Their Wake Others, Like The Elephant, Have Been Used As Weapons Of War.Among The Than 20 Animals Featured In This Book Are Dogs, Sheep, Dolphins, Silk Moths And Beavers, All Of Which Have Changed The Course Of History For Better Or For Worse Lighthearted And Humorous, With Intriguing Photos And Informative Sidebars, This Book Ensures That Readers Will Appreciate All Animals With Newfound Awe And Respect.Animals That Changed the World

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  • Hardcover
  • 112 pages
  • Animals That Changed the World
  • Keltie Thomas
  • English
  • 12 December 2018
  • 1554512433

10 thoughts on “Animals That Changed the World

  1. says:

    1 Animals that Changed the World written by Keltie Thomas is an informational text that teaches readers about animals impact on history The text is divided into seven chapters, all relating to animals in a different way from household pets to animals that work Within those sections historical information is provided as well as fun facts, relations to today, quick facts, and of course beautiful illustrations.2 A wonderful book for those who love animals and want to expand their knowledge 1 Animals that Changed the World written by Keltie Thomas is an informational text that teaches readers about animals impact on history The text is divided into seven chapters, all relating to animals in a different way from household pets to animals that work Within those sections historical information is provided as well as fun facts, relations to today, quick facts, and of course beautiful illustrations.2 A wonderful book for those who love animals and want to expand their knowledge about them An excellent resource for historical information and graphics A great way to integrate science and social studies Displayed in an appealing way, readers will be begging you for time to explore this text 3 For the child who is excited to read about animals another text that this one could...

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    I did not know that goats discovered coffee or that ancient Persians released thousands of cats in front of their troops when they went into battle.This was an extremely well written and presented book on exactly how amazing animsls are The graphic layout of the book is inviting, exciting, and curious, breaking longer sections of text into palatable pieces The only complaint I have about the book is that animals were grouped into chapters that were not always clearly defined There was not a I did not know that goats discovered coffee or that ancient Persians released thousands of cats in front of their troops when they went into battle.This was an extremely well written and presented book on exactly how amazing animsls are The graphic layout of the book is inviting, exciting, and curious, breaking longer sections of text into palatable pieces The only complaint I have about the book is that animals were grouped into chapters that were not always clearly defined There was no...

  3. says:

    How animals big and small have shaped today s world.From furry felines to hard working horses, animals have had a tremendous impact on world history For example, rats, through the diseases they carry, have probably killedpeople than any war or natural disaster, goats may have been the first to discover coffee and, thanks to camels, people were able to survive for long periods in the desert and open up trade routes between Europe and Asia.However, animals can also be destructive Mosquitoe How animals big and small have shaped today s world.From furry felines to hard working horses, animals have had a tremendous impact on world history For example, rats, through the diseases they carry, have probably killedpeople than any war or natural disaster, goats may have been the first to discover coffee and, thanks to camels, people were able to survive for long periods in the desert and open up trade routes between Europe and Asia.However, animals can also be destructive Mosquitoes spread deadly diseases and may even have killed Alexander the Great Some animals have changed the environment by damaging whole ecosystems, creating deserts in their wake Others, like the elephant, have been used as weapons of war.Among thethan 20 animals featured in this book are dogs, sheep, dolphins, silk moths and beavers, all of which have changed the course of history for better or for worse Lighthearted and humorous, with intriguing photos and informative sidebars, this book ensures ...

  4. says:

    This book was full of interesting facts about all kinds of animals and their behind the scenes impact on the world While the author concedes that No one knows how life began on earth , yet she goes out of her way to present macroevoluti...

  5. says:

    Grades 3 7 Wonderfully graphic presentation of photos facts charts documenting the domestication of several animals and the impacts of many wild animals on history and our daily lives Recommended

  6. says:

    this was the best book i read out of all the books because i really lik animals.

  7. says:

    i thought this was a great book and i would read it again i found it interesting and i learned alot of things.

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