Sex on Earth

Sex on Earth

A Celebration of Animal Reproduction

Book - 2014
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A journey of discovery through the spectacular intricacies of reproduction in the animal kingdom.
Publisher: London : Sigma, 2014
ISBN: 9781408193419
Characteristics: 272 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm

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ChristchurchLib Feb 10, 2015

Approximately one billion years ago, living organisms began having sex. We know this, in part, because of 33 fossilized acts of intercourse. Since then, every type of animal on Earth has engaged in some sort of coitus. In Sex on Earth, zoologist and writer Jules Howard examines the sexual behavior of everyday creatures, from ducks ("The Cloaca Monologues") to slugs ("Land of the Sexless Zombie Time-Travellers") and more. Nature and Science newsletter February 2015.

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