Like Donald Johanson's Lucy, this first-person narrative about an archaeological discovery is rewriting the story of human evolution. A story of defiance and determination by a controversial scientist, this is Lee Berger's own take on finding Homo naledi, an all-new species on the human family tree.
An illustrated book on Hubble - one of the most successful telescope constructed, which changed the face of space, that reveals the most provocative and unprecedented images of the universe, gathered by Hubble over its lifetime.
Contains ten comprehensive chapters that place readers on astronomical ground. This title covers information that range from the layers of the Earth's atmosphere and how they affect what we see; to the objects in our solar system - the Sun, Moon, and planets; to more distant objects - the stars, constellations, meteors, and comets.
At a riverbank in Africa's Serengeti, thousands of migrating wildebeest try desperately to cross as terrifying crocs feast on the galloping herds. This title documents migration as a race against time, in which freezing temperatures or scorching heat usher in a crisis. It also explains that migrations need generals, admirals and pioneers.