Restless Creatures: The Story of Life in Ten Movements [Audiobook]
Matt Wilkinson (Author, Narrator), "Restless Creatures: The Story of Life in Ten Movements"
English | ASIN: B01EAU3WUA | [email protected] kbps | ~12:08:00 | 171 MB
Despite the overpowering variety of lifestyles on Earth, one theme has ruled its evolution: the it seems that easy act of shifting from one position to any other.
Restless Creatures is the primary guide for a common target market telling the improbable tale of locomotion in human and animal evolution. Evolutionary biologist Matt Wilkinson presentations why our ancestors was two-legged, why we now have opposable thumbs, why the spine gave the impression, how fish fins was limbs, how even timber are locomotion-obsessed, and the way motion has formed our minds in addition to our our bodies.
He explains why there are not any flying monkeys or organic wheels, how dinosaurs took to the air, how Mexican waves started within the animal kingdom, and why shifting could make us really feel just right. Restless Creatures opens up an astonishing new standpoint: that not anything in lifestyles is smart with the exception of within the mild of motion.