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The Bee: Friend of the Flowers (Animal Close-Ups) by Paul Starosta
The Brown Bear: Giant of the Mountains (Animal Close-Ups) by Valerie Tracqui
The Cheetah: Fast as Lightning (Animal Close-Ups) by Philippe Dupont
The Crocodile: Ruler of the River (Animal Close-Ups) by Valerie Tracqui
The Deer: Forest Friend (Animal Close-Ups) by Serge Simon
The Dolphin: Prince of the Waves (Animal Close-Ups) by Renee Lebloas-Julienne
The Elephant: Peaceful Giant (Animal Close-Ups) by Christine Denis-Huot
The Frog: Natural Acrobat (Animal Close-Ups) by Paul Starosta
The Giraffe: A Living Tower (Animal Close-Ups) by Christine Denis-Huot
The Hippopotamus: River Horse (Animal Close-Ups) by Christine Denis-Huot
The Lion: King of the Beasts (Animal Close-Ups) by Christine Denis-Huot
The Moose: Gentle Giant (Animal Close-Ups) by Michel Blachas
The Orangutan: Forest Acrobat (Animal Close-Ups) by Christine Sourd
The Orca: Admiral of the Sea (Animal Close-Ups) by Renee Le Bloas
The Panda: Wild About Bamboo (Animal Close-Ups) by Valerie Tracqui
The Penguin, A Funny Bird by Beatrice Fontanel
The Polar Bear: Master of the Ice (Animal Close-Ups) by Valerie Tracqui
The Sea Lion: Ocean Diver (Animal Close-Ups) by Joelle Pichon
The Seal: Furry Swimmer (Animal Close-Ups) by Joelle Soler
The Seal: Furry Swimmer (Animal Close-Ups) by Joelle Soller (1992-08-01) by Joelle Soler
The Shark: Silent Hunter (Animal Close-Ups) by Renee Le Bloas-Julienne
The Snail (Animal Close-Ups) by Paul Starosta
The Tiger: Ferocious Feline (Animal Close-Ups) by Stephanie Ledu-Frattini
The Whale: Giant of the Ocean (Animal Close-Ups) by Valerie Tracqui
The Wolf: Night Howler (Animal Close-Ups) by Christian Havard
The Zebra (Animal Close-Ups) by Christine Denis-Huot

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