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Blanca Martí de Ahumada Blanca graduated in History of Art from the University of Barcelona in 2004, specializing in illustration in 2003–2006 in the Francesca Bonnemaison school. Her keen interest in nature and animal biology led her to scientific illustration and enrollment on several courses at the Universities of Barcelona and Valencia, and the Galanthus Association. Carles Puche and Rosa Vidal are her two main mentors. After publishing a number of books and many popular science articles, she is currently working as an art teacher on master courses on Ethology and Primatology at the Universities of Girona and Cordoba, and on courses at the Mona Foundation, University of Granada, and the Eventur Darwin and Sigantus Associations.

Eva Sánchez Gómez Eva graduated in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona in 2009, specializing in illustration for four years in the Francesca Bonnemaison school: Here, she illustrated her first album, Onades i Flors, followed by many other children’s and poetry books such as, most recently, L’Attente, published by Âne Bâté Éditions. Her work has been exhibited in several collective exhibitions, and was selected for the IV Ibero-American Catalogue in 2013 and Hipermerc’Art, an exhibition and market of contemporary art, for the last four editions (2011-2014), She is greatly interested in science and nature, which influence much of her work.

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Field Guide to Amazonian Bats  

Do you think identifying bats in Europe or in North America is difficult? Well, try it in the Amazon The planet’s green lung is home to the...

Field Guide to Amazonian Bats  

Do you think identifying bats in Europe or in North America is difficult? Well, try it in the Amazon The planet’s green lung is home to the...

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