Animal Anatomy (Funny Animal Books, Funny Anatomy Books, Humor Books for Adults)

December 27, 2019 - Comment

Laugh-out-loud fun for animal lovers of all ages Sniff Tips, Running Sticks, and Other “Accurately” Named Animal Parts. Charmingly illustrated, wittily worded: Each critter featured in this fun book is tagged with totally fictitious yet comically accurate anatomical labels, from a tree frog’s “clingy jazz hands” and a raccoon’s “sneaky bandito mask,” to a velociraptor’s

Laugh-out-loud fun for animal lovers of all ages

Sniff Tips, Running Sticks, and Other “Accurately” Named Animal Parts.

Charmingly illustrated, wittily worded: Each critter featured in this fun book is tagged with totally fictitious yet comically accurate anatomical labels, from a tree frog’s “clingy jazz hands” and a raccoon’s “sneaky bandito mask,” to a velociraptor’s “disembowly prowlies” and many more. In Animal Anatomy, illustrator Sophie Corrigan evokes everyone’s inner zoologist with animal parts that although not anatomically correct are absolutely spot-on!Includes animal puns, eye-catching bonus art, and interesting animal facts.Unscientific names for scientific parts such as a duck’s “rub-a-dub dubbers,” a sheep’s “phat afro,” a horse’s “concealed good luck charms,” a weasel’s “pipe cleaner,” and so many more.Sophie Corrigan is an illustrator and author based in the United Kingdom.

Fans of I Love You Like No Otter will love the smile-inducing Animal Anatomy: Sniff Tips, Running Sticks and Other Accurately Named Animal Parts.

Laugh-out-loud fun for animal lovers of all ages From the single atom and early amphibian to the T-Rex, cow and pig, have fun while learning interesting facts about animals from every eraMakes a great gift for animal and science loversFun for the whole family to read and share

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Anonymous says:

#unscienceananimal movement now in book form! you’re a fan of the #unscienceananimal movement on the internet, you’ll love this book. For those who aren’t familiar, unscience an animal is a comical/silly way of describing an animal’s features and body parts. Some of our favs were the barn owl with “rodent snatchers”Instead of talons and the kiwi bird with the “plush nugget” body 😂 My daughter’s favorite part was definitely “the end”. hehe

Anonymous says:

Hilarious I bought this for a friend for her birthday it is very cute and nice quality!

Anonymous says:

My kids love this book! Perfect book for any animal lover. So funny!

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