Living Night

When the sun goes down, the life of wild animals gets interesting. At bus stops where people wait during the day, a wild boar family rummages through the trash can at night. Foxes search for food, fireflies send signals to potential partners and raccoons scour the bushes. The night is not just a time; it’s also a habitat in which a diverse range of fauna comes to life that we still know too little about.

Wildlife biologist Sophia Kimmig goes in search of the night’s secrets. She not only introduces the reader to the creatures who inhabit it but also shows what it’s like to live in this parallel world. She explores how it was created, what it looks like, and how it feels and smells. A fascinating journey into the wonders of the night.