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Uluru: The World's Largest Monolith (Wonders…

Uluru: The World's Largest Monolith (Wonders of the World)

by Jennifer Hurtig

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Uluru rises high above the plains of central Australia. This landmark is composed of a single piece of sandstone rock that appears smooth from far away. Close up, it has many holes, caves, ribs, and valleys. Find out more about this rock and its value to Aboriginal Australians in Uluru, a Wonders of the World book. Media enhanced books. Each one also has a hands-on activity, classroom questions, timeline and a list of key new vocabulary for the subject. Covers the geography, history and wildlife of the world's great natural features.… (more)

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