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Armored Animals (Extraordinary Animals Series)

by Andrew Brown

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0865055661, Paperback)

The world can be a dangerous place for creatures hunted by other hungry animals. Armored Animals uses detailed illustrations and clear, simple text to show how the bodies of some animals are saved from being a meal for predators by such physical traits as tough skin, shells, spines or horns. Full color.

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Illustrations and text describe nine animals with hard or spiky skins or horns, including armadillos, crocodiles, goat antelopes, and porcupines.

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