Where the Animals Go is a fascinating book published by W. W. Norton & Company (2017). The authors (James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti) are giving us an insight into several wild animals’ migration patterns based on data analysis. The principle is simple and elegant: first use technology (GPS for example) to collect migration data of various animals. Second, analyze the data and more importantly present the results to the casual reader. Many maps are presented this way to our delight. In addition to the pictures of the post, you can have a peek here.