In this book, readers get expert tips on where bugs lurk and what they really get up to. From keeping caterpillars to learning how honeybees actually communicate, readers cantry any of the 30 projects.

This book also includes a handy spotter's guide, making bug identification easy. Each title in the series includes an introductory spread listing essential equipment and handy tips and advice on how to get the most out of studying nature.

'Bughunter' lets the reader get a closer look at insect behaviour, such as how a beetle first pretends to be dead and then suddenly escapes by clicking its body and flicking itself into the air.

The nature activities follow, with each project clearly described and its purpose explained. Double page flaps fold out from the jacket providing a photographic 'spotter's guide', listing things to look out for, such as insects native to the local area.

These guides are specially devised for each world region.

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Author(s)David Burnie
Age5-7, 7-11
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Shelf reference595.7 BUR
Direct URLhttps://www.stem.org.uk/x866j

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