Wild Maps for Curious Minds
100 New Ways to See the Natural World
The acclaimed Maps for Curious Minds series now reveals the astonishing wonders of the natural world, in 100 vivid infographic maps, as never before!
What nations have launched animals into space? Where are the world's cat people? How many humans live in high-risk zones for natural disaster? How far do you have to travel to hug all fifteen of the world's oldest trees? Where in the world do snakes live--or better yet, where can you avoid them?! With 100 maps in this singular atlas, soon you'll be a walking encyclopedia of fascinating facts and surprising insights about the natural world!
Covering the globe, Wild Maps for Curious Minds is a trove of awe-inspiring, never-before-seen infographic concepts that ingeniously blend original topics, whimsical delight, and sobering detail about our endangered environment. Richly illustrated to delight lovers of maps and nature alike, this is an eye-opening celebration of our planet--and all the amazing animals and plants that we share it with.
About this Author
Mike Higgins is a freelance editor and writer with over 20 years' experience editing features, magazines, and supplements for UK national news media, publishers, and brands like The Independent, The Telegraph, The Guardian, and Lonely Planet.
Illustrator Manuel Bortoletti is an award-winning freelance graphic designer focused on editorial design, infographic illustration, and art direction. He lives in Venice.
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