Book by Will Cuppy
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In these 40 brief, but witty essays, Will Cuppy, a perennially perturbed hermit who thought life was out to get him, turns his unflinching attention on those members of the animal kingdom whose habits are disagreeable, whose appearances are repellent, and whose continued existence need not necessarily be a foregone conclusion.While "How to Become Extinct" frequently leaves a multitude of questions in its wake, we must at be grateful that it asked - after all, someone has to consider the distinction between stoats and ermine, or why the Age of Reptiles had to come to an end?Accompanied by delightful illustrations throughout, this bestiary of fanciful, fretful, and ferocious creatures is sure to enlighten the naturalist in all of us.Biografía del autor:
Will Cuppy (1884-1949) wrote extensively on his life as a hermit, the natural world, and just about anything that proved the world was out to get him. His remains ended up in a leaky shoebox, proving him right.
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