The Big, Bad Book Of Beasts: The Most Curious Creatures In The World. By Joseph Cooper, Bonnie Berman & Paul Leary • May 16, 2013 ShareTwitter Facebook Google+ Email VIEW SLIDESHOW 1 of 2 Michael Largo www.michaellargo.com VIEW SLIDESHOW 2 of 2 The Big, Bad Book Of Beasts: The Most Curious Creatures In The World. www.michaellargo.com Listen Listening... / 47:58 05/16/13 - Thursday's Topical Currents begins with author Michael Largo, whose specialty is unusual topics. He’ll discuss THE BIG, BAD BOOK OF BEASTS: The Most Curious Creatures in the World. A Rhino can stand six-feet tall and weigh ten-thousand pounds. A sawfish has a six-foot saw blade snout. A sponge doesn’t mate, but clones. And a cobra can spit venom into the eye of a predator from six feet. And more. Linda Gassenheimer’s Food & Dining with wine columnist Fred Tasker. That’s Topical Currents Thursday at 1pm on WLRN-HD1 rebroadcast at 7pm on WLRN-HD2 and audio on-demand after the live program. Related Programs: Topical CurrentsTopical Currents on Xtra HDTags: Radioanimalsoddususual creaturesbeasts Related Content Improbable Tales of the Real Florida 2 years ago The Fifth Assassin 2 years ago The Myth of Persecution 2 years ago Would Two Presidents Be Better Than One? 2 years ago Inside The Upscale Lounge Hyde at American Airlines Arena 2 years ago The Miami River's Murky History 2 years ago View the discussion thread.