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The Polar Regions' Most Amazing Animals…

The Polar Regions' Most Amazing Animals (Raintree Perspectives: Animal Top…

by Anita Ganeri

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This title features the polar bear, arctic tern, narwhal, Arctic fox, walrus, emperor penguin, wandering albatross, ice fish, Weddell seal, and blue whale.

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Introduces the physical characteristics, habitat, and behaviors of some of the unusual animals that make their home in the world's polar regions, including such creatures as the musk ox, Weddell seal, emperor penguin, blue whale, and wandering albatross.… (more)

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