Animal is a non-fictional book by David Burnie, who was the main-editor, and several co-authors. The full title of the book is: Animal: The Definitive Visual Guide to The World's WildLife. The 624-page book was published by Dorling Kindersley in 2001.
ANIMAL (first implementation: 1988 - revised: 2004) is an interactive environment for that is oriented toward the rapid prototyping, testing, and modification of algorithms. To create ANIMAL (AN IMage ALgebra), XLISP of David Betz was extended with some new types: sockets, arrays, images, masks, and drawables. The theoretical framework and the implementation of the working environment is described in the paper http://tev.itc.it/people/modena/Papers/ANIMAL.ps.gz ANIMAL: AN IMage ALgebra.