This classic children’s book written by Kenneth Grahame in 1908 follows the adventures of a group of human-like animals living in the English countryside.

The book is notable for its use of animal characters, which was a relatively innovative approach for the time. By personifying the animals, Grahame was able to create a more engaging and relatable story for young readers, while also exploring themes such as friendship, loyalty, and the beauty of the natural world.

“The Wind in the Willows” remains a beloved classic and continues to be enjoyed by generations of readers. Here’s the zoology behind this timeless masterpiece.