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ISBN:1559717890
Author: Barbara K. Harold,Kay Povelite Underwood,Sally Fleming
ISBN13: 978-1559717892
Title: Rapid Runners: 12 Of Nature's Most Amazing Animals (It's Nature)
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ePUB size: 1276 kb
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Language: English
Category: Animals
Publisher: Northword Pr (July 1, 2001)
Pages: 332

Rapid Runners: 12 Of Nature's Most Amazing Animals (It's Nature) by Barbara K. Harold,Kay Povelite Underwood,Sally Fleming



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These 12 creatures from around the world have one thing in common: They are very speedy Each one has developed a fascinating way to move in its hostile and dangerous habitat. The detailed illustrations and close-up photographs are excellent. Range maps show where each creature lives.

Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Surprising Swimmers: 12 of Nature's Most Amazing Animals. Each title groups a dozen of nature's creatures by their common amazing traits. Some are familiar, and many are bizarre and amazing. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Indigo Alibris Better World Books IndieBound.

Nature is truly full of surprises. Just when you think you’ve seen it all, some new, bizarre creature makes an appearance, instantly restoring your faith in the impossible. Bright Side prepared for you a selection of really weird animals that you’ve probably never heard of, let alone ever met. 10. Mangalitsa Pig, . a pig in sheep’s clothing’.

Because of the nature of this lung, one of the most likely times to see coconut crabs is during a rainstorm, as the moisture allows them to breathe more easily. Though an adolescent has many predators, the only danger to a fully grown coconut crab is mankind-the crab is a delicacy as well as an aphrodisiac in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands. They will defend themselves if attacked, but it rarely comes to that because most sloths rarely visit the ground. Sloths also have a natural camouflage and move so slowly that it's difficult to spot them. Poachers pose little threat, as they have found that sloths usually do not fall from their tree perch even when shot. In fact, the sloths' main threat is not predators but deforestation. I named 12 of the animals though,(: but the rest them are creepy and really interesting.

Dubbed Nature's Most Amazing Events for its US Discovery Channel debut, the series is coming home to Blu-ray a mere week after its first episode airs on television. You might think a sprawling eleven-episode monster like Planet Earth would overshadow any similar documentary series produced by the BBC (particularly one that also features narration by naturalist David Attenborough), but Nature's Most Amazing Events holds its own and even covers ground untouched by its big, bad brother. If it didn't suffer from so many intermittent digital anomalies, it would be a sight to behold. As it stands, it's a decent, above average presentation that really could have used some more polish.

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First Encyclopedia of Science (Usborne First Encyclopedia). The amount of information in this book is wonderful, and the illustrations bright- not boring. It's a little bit much information per page for my 3 year old daughter right now- but I just pick out bits on each page to read her- and that works well to keep her attention. You won't be disappointed.

Detailed illustrations and close-up photographs introduce twelve creatures with a need for speed, including road runners, sanderlings, cheetahs, and red kangaroos. Original.