Digital and print editions,
56 pages, 758 colour illustrations
Interactive Web Application (in development)
26 Web pages, more than 1500 colour illustrations
Digital drawings, text and design
About this projects
The Illustrated Study Guide and Interactive Web application contains visual information (on external and internal structure, comparative anatomy, structural details, life cycles, classification and typical representatives of orders of animals) on the subject ‘Animal Biology’ which is part of the school curriculum. The book is designed for use in the secondary education sector, in schools, lyceums, gymnasiums and colleges, as well as institutions of additional education. It is both an independent teaching tool and an additional means of visualizing material presented in textbooks on the subject. The Guide was created through consultation with a number of specialists in the field. It has a clear structure that contributes to a systemic understanding of information, which in turn enhances learning.
Illustrated Study Guide featuring more than 750 illustrations (drawings).
Interactive Web Application featuring more than 1500 illustrations (drawings, animations and videos).
THE EVOLUTIONARY TREE OF THE ANIMAL WORLD
The numbers of species
Digital accurate, scientifically reliable drawings with captions to them clearly show the material.
Diagram of structure and method of feeding
At the bottom of the gullet, a digestive vacuole is formed in the cytoplasm, separated from the gullet and swept by the cytoplasmic current. Food is digested and absorbed here. Undigested food is ejected through the anal pore.
Feeds on bacteria and unicellular algae
The location of the spiracles in the beetle
The work of the fins when moving the fish.
Location of the lateral line
The cthenoid scales of a perch
Armenian viper (Montivipera raddei)
Montpellier snake (Malpolon monspessulanus)
Large fangs with external groove
Common crane (Grus grus)
Eurasian eagle-owl (Bubo bubo)
Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos)
Northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis)