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Andrew Zuckerman's Creature Book is a Social Network for Other Species


By: Brandon Bastaldo (Prodigy) Apr 7, 13
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With the recent release of Facebook Home, it’s obvious that the world is entering into an era where the importance of how and why we’re using social networking sites is becoming more clear, and so it’s interesting to see creative thinkers like photographer Andrew Zuckerman and his Creature Book website, which is truly running wild with the possibilities of social networking.

Featuring high quality images of cute and cuddly creatures like goats and badgers, and also deadly reptiles and harmful insects, Creature Book works like an interactive digital archive of the world’s many colorful species. Similarly to a social networking site like Facebook, by clicking on any animal, you can also learn about its species and specific information like its genus, class and what animal kingdom it belongs to.



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