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Believe It or Snot The Definitive Field Guide to Earth's Slimy Creatures

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By: Nick Caruso(Author), Dani Rabaiotti(Author), Ethan Kocak(Illustrator)
160 pages, b/w illustrations
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A compendium of slimy and repulsive facts from the authors of Does it Fart? What is hyena butter, and would you want to put it on toast? A hagfish can produce how much slime in 60 seconds? Which animal produces a snotty sleeping bag? How does a bubble snail use mucus to get around? Which organism is the slime champion? Find out the answer to these and other slimy facts and more in Believe It or Snot, the new book from the authors of the New York Times bestseller Does it Fart? and the follow-through True or Poo? Slime, sludge, mucus, ooze, goo – it's all covered in here (but at least you're not covered in it).

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Nick Caruso is a PhD student and salamander expert at the University of Alabama. Dani Rabaiotti is a PhD candidate and zoologist who studies African wild dogs and climate change at London Zoo.

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By: Nick Caruso(Author), Dani Rabaiotti(Author), Ethan Kocak(Illustrator)
160 pages, b/w illustrations
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