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In this brief, but vastly informative book Schmidt Nielsen lays out several underlying principles which seem to control animal size from the smallest shrugs to the largest whales The book is extremely entertaining, aside from informative, and has aged well it is over thirty years old It barely requires mathematics, and Schmidt Nielsen ensures that the reader understands what he is getting at, so it is suitable for a wide audience While pertaining to the five kingdoms of vertebrates and some In this brief, but vastly informative book Schmidt Nielsen lays out several underlying principles which seem to control animal size from the smallest shrugs to the largest whales The book is extremely entertaining, aside from informative, and has aged well it is over thirty years old It barely requires mathematics, and Schmidt Nielsen ensures that the reader understands what he is getting at, so it is suitable for a wide audience While pertaining to the five kingdoms of vertebrates and some invertebrates, the book s focus is mainly on mammals, with some information about birds and fish, as reptiles amphibians and invertebrates are generally much harder to study Overall a very recommended read Locomotion chapters were great. The first of many books I meant to read completely or at all in college This one had a few too many equations I must have understood it better back then Maybe I should ve read it with my notes *Free Ebook ⇕ Scaling: Why Is Animal Size So Important? ☈ Reveals how the physical laws of nature control the physiological functions of all animals and influence their size Shows why the size of living things is of such fundamental importance