Guide de survie sur les traces de néandertal
Parution : 
11 Avril 2018
Format :
160 x 224 mm
EAN : 
9782812317606
Pages : 
144

Guide de survie sur les traces de néandertal

Partez à l’aventure autrement  !
Avec ce guide qui s’inspire du mode de vie de l’Homme de Néandertal, apprenez à vous débrouiller comme les hommes du paléolithique. Le plaisir est double  : tout savoir sur la nature et en tirer profit, mais aussi découvrir comment les Néandertaliens ont vécu. Grâce aux conseils pratiques pour préparer votre départ, choisir l’emplacement de votre campement, anticiper la météo, et aux dessins qui vous permettront de faire démarrer votre feu ou d’identifier les plantes comestibles, vous connaitrez tous les secrets d’une échappée réussie. En fin d’ouvrage, plusieurs sites et circuits néandertaliens vous sont proposés pour partir en excursion, en France et en Europe.
IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF NEANDERTHAL, A SURVIVAL GUIDE
 
This is an illustrated, fun and scientific survival guide to live just like Neanderthals.
 
THE BOOK
Using this nature survival guide, which is inspired by the lifestyle (habitat, food, tools) of Neanderthals, set off on a family adventure and discover how to live like the European Neanderthals in the present day. Using checklists to prepare for your departure, practical advice on choosing where to set up camp and predicting the weather, and drawings illustrating how to start a fire or identify edible plants, you’ll be able to live just like Palaeolithic Neanderthals! You’ll discover all the secrets of a successful escape through time and the surrounding environment. The pleasure is two-fold: first, discover the nature that surrounds us and learn to make the most of it, and second, find out what the Neanderthals would have seen, eaten and experienced to follow in their footsteps. At the end of the book, the author suggests several Neanderthal places and routes for outings in Europe.
 
THE AUTHORS
Antoine Balzeau is a paleoanthropologist and a researcher at The National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and the National Museum of Natural History in Paris. Specializing in the skulls of prehistoric man, he examines what is hidden inside the skulls using 3D imaging. He is also a specialist in the evolution of the shape of the brain.
Karine Balzeau is a trainer in environment and environmental citizenship. Passionate about nature, she received a PhD in natural and human sciences communication at the National Museum of Natural History. Her studies have taught her how to best diffuse scientific knowledge, through all sorts of media such as animations, training, the creation of pedagogical platforms, and of course books!
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