‘Furry Logic’ showcases how animals exploit physics

Book chronicles use of light, magnetism and other phenomena


SOUNDS GOOD  When peacocks shake their tail feathers, they make low-frequency sounds that attract peahens. This manipulation of sound is one example of animals’ use of physics detailed in Furry Logic.

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