The Hidden Beauty of the Microscopic World

The Hidden Beauty of the Microscopic World What the Tiniest Forms of Life Can Tells Us About Existence and Our Place in the Universe

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Synopsis

A strange and beautiful world surrounds us, hidden from sight …

An unbelievable abundance of life flourishes on every surface of our planet. In every drop of dew, on every leaf, and even inside each one of us, invisible yet ingenious life thrives. James Weiss, microbe enthusiast and videographer, has spent thousands of hours peeking into this world, and has been astounded by the beauty he finds there.

With his captivating photographs and illustrations, James presents this beginner's guide to microscopic life, from the most simple, single-celled organisms to complex micro-animals. Navigate the births, feasts, triumphs, tragedies and deaths of a cast of tiny characters, including the adorable water bear, the immortal Hydra and the dancing Desmid. Learn how these lifeforms work and what lessons they can teach us about our own existence, and discover how seeing the wonder of nature from a new perspective can change your life.

Book information

ISBN: 9781786784490
Publisher: Watkins Media Limited
Imprint: Watkins
Pub date:
Edition: New edition
DEWEY: 579
DEWEY edition: 23
Language: English
Sales rank: 19288
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 828g
Height: 207mm
Width: 206mm
Spine width: 29mm