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Simon Barnes is a multi-award-winning sports and nature writer who wrote for the Times for over 30 years. He is also a novelist, horseman and the author of more than 20 books, including the bestselling How to be a Bad Birdwatcher and The Meaning of Sport (Short Books). He lives in Norfolk with his family and other animals.
"This is a book that I will treasure forever." Stephen Fry. "The perfect bedside read for anyone who has ever wondered what slugs and wasps are for, or how elephants feel." Daily Mail. "Dizzying. Natural history explored in all its marvellous, madcap majesty with wit, wisdom and wonder." Daily Express. "Fascinating and entertaining... Ten Million Aliens will open your eyes to the real marvels of the planet we live on." The Guardian.