Antlers and Horns (Let's Look at Animals Discovery Library) by Jason Cooper

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Com About the Authors David and Patricia Armentrout specialize in nonfiction children’s books. They enjoy exploring different topics and have written about many subjects, including sports, animals, history, and people. David and Patricia love to spend their free time outdoors with their two boys and dog Max. 32 Weird and wonderful animals This series of books engages the reader immediately by providing riveting information about animals we do not see every day. Animals who survive by sucking blood, bizarre ways that animals move, and ingenious problem solvers are just a few of the topics.

Wild dolphins are playful marine mammals. 29 Leaping, bounding, hopping, jumping. Any way you say it; it’s all about locomotion. Next time you come across a leaping animal, see if you can figure out why they move the way they do! 30 Glossary aquatic (uh-KWAT-ik): having to do with water breaching (BREECH-ing): rising and breaking the surface of water carnivores (KAR-nuh-vorz): animals that eat other animals habitat (HAB-uh-tat): the place where animals live infertile (in-FER-tuhl): unable to grow plants plankton (PLANGK-tuhn): tiny animals and plants that float in the ocean predators (PRED-uh-turz): animals that hunt other animals for food prey (PRAY): animals hunted by other animals for food species (SPEE-sees): one certain kind of animal swarm (SWORM): to move in large numbers tendons (TEN-duhnz): strong bands of tissue that join muscle to bone 31 Index antelopes 18 cat 14, 16, 17, 19 cougar(s) 14, 15 dolphins 28, 29 frogs 6, 8, 14 gazelle(s) 18, 19 grasshopper(s) 22, 23 hare(s) 20, 21 impala(s) 18, 19 jumping spiders 24, 25 kangaroo(s) 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 lions 17, 18, 19 leopard(s) 16 locomotion 4, 30 predator(s) 8, 12, 16, 18, 19, 23 prey 8, 17, 25 rabbits 20, 31 tigers 16, 17 whale(s) 26, 27 Further Reading Bonnett, John.

Rebus, Anna. Kangaroos. Weigl Publishers, 2006. Walker, Sally M. Dolphins. Lerner Publishing, 2007. com About the Authors David and Patricia Armentrout specialize in nonfiction children’s books. They enjoy exploring different topics and have written about many subjects, including sports, animals, history, and people. David and Patricia love to spend their free time outdoors with their two boys and dog Max. 32 Weird and wonderful animals This series of books engages the reader immediately by providing riveting information about animals we do not see every day.

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