Historia Natural de los animales del bosque

De Andres Charrier
Illustrated by Xavier Constanzo

How many animals are there? How many left? How many live Where do they hide in winter? Many of these aspects, typical of the Natural History of our animals, are unknown. This book was created based on what we know so far about our forests and the animals that inhabit them. The author is a researcher who has spent years studying Chilean animals and here he shares his knowledge and passion for them.

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Recommended for 8 to 12 years
Binding: Hardcover
Size: 17 22,5 cm x
Pages: 104
Vintage: 2017
ISBN: 978-956-364-049-6


Andres Charrier he studied sociology and anthropology for many years. Later, he began working on a small mammal research project at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, then he devoted himself to the study of amphibians. After learning about the reproductive strategy of Darwin's frogs, he decided to dedicate himself to herpetology (study of reptiles and amphibians). He is currently coordinating a long-term monitoring of the high Andean amphibians present in Farellones and La Parva. He also writes natural history books for children.

Xavier Constanzo is an illustrator with professional scientific training, focused on field work with wildlife. It offers scientific illustration services, scientific communication and personalized orders to know, admire and protect the organisms of nature.