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Nature's Children: Anteaters by Josh Gregory
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Nature's Children: Anteaters

by Josh Gregory

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0531216608, Paperback)

Discover some of the most fascinating animals in the world with the Nature’s Children series. Readers will discover how these creatures survive in the wild, how they raise their young, and how they are related to other species. Each title also raises important ideas about conservation by examining the animal’s current status and explaining the ways humans have affected it throughout the years.

With their long, tubular faces and amazing tongues, anteaters are built to live up to their name. Readers will find out how these amazing animals chow down on thousands of insects per day. They will also find out what sets different anteater species apart from one another, how anteaters fend off enemies, and how mother anteaters care for their babies.

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Large photos allow readers to get a close look at the animals in their natural habitats Glossaries define important vocabulary specific to each book Informative text offers a clear view of the animals’ role in nature Fact file provides an easy reference for vital information about the animals’ classification and basic habits

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