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A Curious Collection of Dangerous Creatures

An Illustrated Encyclopedia (Curious Collection of Creatures)

Sami Bayly

Hardcover

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From the frightening murder hornet to the fierce wolverine—a visual trove of the most dangerous animals on the planet, from the author of the beloved A Curious Collection of Peculiar Creatures

When you think of dangerous animals, what comes to mind—a great white shark, a rattlesnake? What about the hooded pitohui, with its extremely poisonous feathers, or the coffin ray, which electrocutes its prey? Dangerous animals get a bad rap—and they can be pretty scary!—but that’s precisely what makes them remarkable. A Curious Collection of Dangerous Creatures pairs beautifully detailed illustrations with awesome facts about 60 of Earth’s most lethal animals—some that will surprise you, such as the blue-and-yellow macaw and the common otter. With this encyclopedia in hand, you may well steer clear!

What’s more, these fascinating creatures need our help: Many are endangered, and we can’t ignore them any longer. It’s time to find a fearsome creature to love . . . from a safe distance!

Publisher’s note: A Curious Collection of Dangerous Creatures was previously published in Australia under the title The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Dangerous Animals.


Praise For A Curious Collection of Dangerous Creatures: An Illustrated Encyclopedia (Curious Collection of Creatures)

Amazon Editors’ Pick—Best Nonfiction for Kids
Shortlisted for the 2021 Indie Book Awards, Best Children’s Book of the Year
Shortlisted for the Children’s Book Council of Australia 2021 Book of the Year

The Experiment, 9781615198245, 128pp.

Publication Date: December 14, 2021



About the Author

Sami Bayly holds a degree in natural history illustration from the University of Newcastle. She’s drawn to the weird and wonderful—finding the beauty and importance in all living things, regardless of their appearance—and is eager to share her appreciation with others. She lives in Newcastle, Australia. Visit her at SamiBayly.com.