Bitch: A Revolutionary Guide to Sex, Evolution & the Female Animal

"Prepare to learn a lot - and laugh out loud," says Professor Alice Roberts about this non-fiction book by the award-winning broadcaster and filmmaker Lucy Cooke.

 

Tapping into her experience as a National Geographic explorer, TED talker and with her Masters in zoology, Lucy introduces us to a riotous cast of animals - and the scientists studying them - that are redefining the female of the species.

 

Meet the female lemurs of Madagascar who dominate the males of their species physically and politically, and the female albatross couples, hooking up to raise their chicks in Hawaii. These and other examples from the animal kingdom will change how you think about sex, sexual identity, sexuality, and the very forces that shape evolution.

£20.00
  • by Lucy Cooke 
  • IBSN 9780857524133 
  • hardback 
  • 400 pages 
  • 240mm x 162mm x 36mm 
  • 620g 
  • made from materials certified as sustainable by the Forest Stewardship Council 
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