‘Seriously big brains’ in Big Questions says Telegraph review

So what will you learn? writes The Telegraph’s Martin Chilton reviewing Big Questions (19th October). “Well, that lobsters have blue blood and why urine is yellow (poor mad King George III had the unfortunate mix of blue wee). You learn that Dolly was a name used by Romans for their pets; that the earth isn’t round; that birds are living dinosaurs; and that cows don’t fart – they reroute gas down in their lungs and quietly breathe it out (187 pounds of methane gas a year). Oh, and comets are ‘big dirty snowballs made almost entirely of ice’ and that’s where the oceans came from.” Read the full review here