Science Of Survival: Ouch! Extreme Feats of Human Endurance by Georgina Phillips
  

Science Of Survival: Ouch! Extreme Feats of Human Endurance

Written by Georgina Phillips

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Amazing real live stories of the endurance and courage showed by individuals faced with extreme situations. Those demonstrating powers of survival include the Arctic explorer Ernest Shackleton, the crew of Apollo 13 and the world-renowned escapologist Harry Houdini. It is a thrilling record of the art of the possible.

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Science Of Survival: Ouch! Extreme Feats of Human Endurance by Georgina Phillips

Packed with stories of extreme human endurance throughout history, this book provides bizarre information about people who'll do anything to get into the record books - having the longest fingernails ever has its drawbacks!

About the Author

Georgina Phillips writes for museums and galleries all over the world. She has fairly long fingernails.

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Format

Paperback

Author

Georgina Phillips
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Publisher

Pan Macmillan

Publication date

4th April 2008

ISBN

9780330454056

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