From London's Natural History Museum, The What on Earth? Wallbook of Natural History tells the complete story of natural history from the formation of the Earth to the latest breakthroughs in evolutionary science. With more than 1,000 pictures, this fully illustrated single timeline can either be read like a book or unfolded to 6.5 feet and stuck on a wall.
On one side you will find the 4.5 billion year timeline. It is a unique, illustrated guide to the past that cleverly links subjects together from asteroids to algae. Key themes are grouped in streams of colour including the land, sea and sky, and these provide a backdrop to all the major events of natural history.
On the reverse side there is another timeline, which identifies the people behind the science and highlights key moments in the understanding of natural science from Aristotle to the present day.
Called the 'Where's Wally? of natural history', this colorful, educational book is perfect for younger readers but relevant to all ages.
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