Biggest, Baddest Book of Sea Creatures by Jen Schoeller

By Jen Schoeller

This name introduces readers to strange sea creatures.

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Thanks to his invention, he is sure to be remembered for many years to come. I n no vatio n s F ROM n atu r e 30 archaeologists (ahr-kee-AH-luh-jists) scientists who study past people and cultures by digging up and studying artifacts artifacts (AHR-tuh-fakts) objects made or changed by humans engineer (en-juh-NIHR) a person who is trained to design and build machines or structures humidity (hyoo-MID-i-tee) the amount of moisture in the air infrared light (IN-fruh-red LITE) a type of light that cannot be seen by the human eye mass-produce (MASS pruh-DOOS) to make large amounts of identical things using machines nylon (NYE-lahn) a strong, man-made fiber used to make such things as clothing, carpets, and ropes patent (PAT-int) the legal ownership of an invention reproduce (ree-pruh-DOOS) to produce offspring species (SPEE-sheez) one of the groups into which scientists organize similar animals or plants surface area (SUR-fis AIR-ee-uh) the amount of space exposed on the outside of an object Fr om T hi s tl e B ur r s t o .

This led to his invention of Velcro. He quit his job After retiring from Velcro to found Velcro SA, the company Industries, de Mestral that manufactured and sold his spent his time working fasteners. Because his product was on new inventions. unlike anything ever produced, He also devoted a great deal of energy he had to invent new machines to assisting young inventors with their to mass-produce it. He expanded the company worldwide, own projects. With his knowledge and and as Velcro became more resources, he hoped to encourage these successful, it made de Mestral a inexperienced innovators to create new, multimillionaire.

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