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Zombie makers true stories of nature"s undead by Rebecca L. Johnson

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Published by Millbrook Press in Minneapolis .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Juvenile literature,
  • Host-parasite relationships,
  • Parasites

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementby Rebecca L. Johnson
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL757 .J597 2013
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25121792M
ISBN 109780761386339
LC Control Number2011046181

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Hairworms that cause crickets to commit suicide; jewel wasps that turn cockroaches into walking pantries for their larvae; and a fungus that drives its ant host to find the perfect launch for its sporing body are just a few of the “zombie-makers” Johnson ific in its approach, this slender book gives children a look at scientific research in real time, and also shows how little we truly know in a less-than .   ‎Are zombies real? As far as we know, dead people do not come back to life and start walking around, looking for trouble. But there are things that can take over the bodies and brains of innocent creatures, turning them into senseless slaves. Meet nature's zombie makers—including a fly-enslaving fung 4/5(1). Are zombies real? As far as we know, dead people do not come back to life and start walking around, looking for trouble. But there are things that can take over the bodies and brains of innocent. As far as we know, dead people do not come back to life and start walking around, looking for trouble. But there are things that can take over the bodies and brains of innocent creatures, turning them into senseless slaves. Meet nature's zombie makers—including a fly-enslaving fungus, a suicide worm, and a cockroach-taming wasp—and their.

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