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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Insects: General

Le Jardin Secret des Insectes [The Secret Life of Insects]

Art / Photobook
By: Monique Berger(Illustrator), Michel Gaudichon(Author)
192 pages, 420 colour photos
Le Jardin Secret des Insectes [The Secret Life of Insects]
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Language: French

The photos of Monique Berger, and texts by Michel Gaudichon allows the reader to discover the extraordinary relationships that insects have developed over time with flowers, and shows us how they respond to these two inherent constraints in all living species: surviving and procreating.

Summary in French:
S’appuyant sur les photos de Monique Berger, les textes de Michel Gaudichon nous font découvrir les extraordinaires relations que les insectes ont développé au fil du temps avec les fleurs, et nous montre comment ils répondent à ces deux contraintes inhérentes à toute espèce vivante : survivre et procréer.

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