Sometimes living in the city makes it easy to forget there’s a larger world filled with natural beauty and wonder. Books can take us away to those strange and exotic places when we cannot get there any other way. Open GREAT MIGRATIONS (National Geographic, $35) and get swept up in the natural world. Red crabs rush to the ocean, white-eared kob race across the savannah and sockeye salmon frantically swim upstream. Although they face incredible odds, creatures of all kinds are compelled to migrate to ensure their survival. The National Geographic has always been known for stunning photography, and this album, edited by Karen Kostyal, is full of fantastic pictures of animals, insects, fish, and a few crustaceans.
Great Migrations - Karen Kostyal
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Published: National Geographic - October 12th, 2010