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3D Forest

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Spring

What will you learn from this book? You will learn to identify a number of plants and animals. You will learn that even deep in the forest half of the species are not native. Recognizing that there is a problem is the first step to solving the problem.

Can you identify poison ivy? These 3D pictures will help with that identification far more than a 2D picture would.

The forest that we will walk in is characteristic of the US north east and Canadian south east.

Your best viewing of the 3D pictures is with a colour device and red/blue 3D glasses. However the book is still usable without colour or glasses since every picture is also presented in 2D.

Preview at Kobo.
Summer

What will you learn from this book? You will learn to identify a number of plants and animals. You will learn that even deep in the forest half of the species are not native. Recognizing that there is a problem is the first step to solving the problem.

Can you identify a picture plane or milkweed? These 3D pictures will help with that identification far more than a 2D picture would.

The forest that we will walk in is characteristic of the US north east and Canadian south east.

Your best viewing of the 3D pictures is with a colour device and red/blue 3D glasses. However the book is still usable without colour or glasses since every picture is presented also in 2D.

Preview at Kobo.
Autumn

What will you learn from this book? You will learn to identify a number of plants and animals. You will learn that even deep in the forest half of the species are not native. Recognizing that there is a problem is the first step to solving the problem.

Can you identify a basswood or beech? These 3D pictures will help with that identification far more than a 2D picture would.

The forest that we will walk in is characteristic of the US north east and Canadian south east.

Your best viewing of the 3D pictures is with a colour device and red/blue 3D glasses. However the book is still usable without colour or glasses since every picture is presented also in 2D.

Preview at Kobo.
Winter

What will you learn from this book? You will learn to identify a number of plants and animals. You will learn that even deep in the forest half of the species are not native. Recognizing that there is a problem is the first step to solving the problem.

Can you identify a tree chewed by a porcupine? These 3D pictures will help with that identification far more than a 2D picture would.

The forest that we will walk in is characteristic of the US north east and Canadian south east.

Your best viewing of the 3D pictures is with a colour device and red/blue 3D glasses. However the book is still useable without colour or glasses since every picture is presented also in 2D.

Preview at Kobo.