Through this book, your child will learn about the amazing things animals can do with their body parts. For nose, a platypus uses its nose "to dig in the mud." But elephant uses its nose to give itself a bath" (image of trunk squirting water back over elephant's head). For ears, a jackrabbit uses its ears to keep cool, and crickets have ears on their knees. A chimpanzee can eat with its feet, and a gecko's feet are sticky so it can walk on the ceiling. And so on.
Through this book, children can explore the many amazing things animals can do with their eyes, ears, mouths, feet, tails, etc. The book ends off with a short writeup of each animal featured in the book. A very interesting read for children (and even for adults who are reading to their kids).
For reading to your child, this book may suit children of 5 years up. For self-read, this book may suit children of 10 years up.
Books of Similar Genre
If you are looking for books that introduces your child to the special characteristics of animals, you may like to check out Animals Should Definitely Not Wear Clothes[动物绝对不应该穿衣服]. This is a much simpler book meant for younger children, with only 1-2 sentences per page.