Where the Wild Things Are

In a new book, a geographer and a designer create 50 maps and graphics that may change the way you think about animals.

Part coffee-table album, part scientific research compendium, “Where the Animals Go” presents the global perambulations of dozens of species in lush detail, reveling in their minutiae and in the technological leaps that make such observations possible — what the authors call “a new kind of footprint.”

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