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Insects Did It First

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By: Gregory S Paulson(Author), Eric R Eaton(Author)
Publisher: Xlibris
Insects Did It First
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  • Insects Did It First ISBN: 9781984564627 Paperback Nov 2018 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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This is a fascinating account of more than eighty insect "firsts". Velcro, bungee jumping, air-conditioning, and chemical warfare are a few of the firsts covered in this book authored by two professional entomologists. The text is illustrated with humorous anthropomorphized insects. It is written for a general audience but is of special interest to teachers and entomologists.

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Popular Science New
By: Gregory S Paulson(Author), Eric R Eaton(Author)
Publisher: Xlibris
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