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Same No Ago Wa Tobidashi-Shiki Shinka Jun Ni Miru Jintai De Arawasu Ugokumonozukan [Pictorial Book That Shows the Human Body in the Order Of Evolution]

Popular Science
By: Kawasaki Satoshi(Author)
191 pages, colour & b/w illustrations
Publisher: SB Kurieitibu
Same No Ago Wa Tobidashi-Shiki Shinka Jun Ni Miru Jintai De Arawasu Ugokumonozukan [Pictorial Book That Shows the Human Body in the Order Of Evolution]
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  • Same No Ago Wa Tobidashi-Shiki Shinka Jun Ni Miru Jintai De Arawasu Ugokumonozukan [Pictorial Book That Shows the Human Body in the Order Of Evolution] ISBN: 9784815606626 Paperback Aug 2020 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Language: Japanese

The sequel to Kame no Kōra wa Abarabone: Jintai de Arawasu Ugokumonozukan, which was released in December 2019 and attracted a lot of attention in various places. The illustrations here show the structure of the animal's body by deforming illustrations of the human body, as was done in the previous work. In this work, you will follow animal evolution through time, starting with fish such as sharks, which have hardly changed their appearance for hundreds of millions of years. It continues to amphibians, reptiles, dinosaurs, birds and mammals. It imagines what the human body would look like if it had to be transformed to resemble these animals, showing which structures would have to change. An extra chapter shows whole-body deformation comparisons to attempt to see what happens if the whole body is deformed instead of a part. This is the second book in this popular series that teaches readers not only how animal bodies work, but also how evolution proceeded.

Summary in Japanese:
2019年12月に発売され各所で話題を呼んだ『カメの甲羅はあばら骨』の続編が
パワーアップして登場!

私たちヒトのからだを無理やり変形させることで、動物の体の構造を表すイラストは前作と同じですが
今作では紹介する動物たちを進化順にたどります。

数億年前からほとんど姿の変わっていないサメをはじめとする魚類からスタートし
両生類、爬虫類、恐竜、鳥類、哺乳類へと続きます。
それら動物の各部位を人体変形させることでその部位がどのような流れで変わる必要があったのかがよくわかる構成に生まれ変わりました。

コラムには、進化の過程の動物も紹介。
ExtraChapterには、一部ではなく全身を変形したらどうなるのか?という試みの「全身変形比較」を掲載しました。

動物の体のしくみだけでなく、進化の流れも学べる人気シリーズ第二弾です!

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