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Animals Helping to Detect Diseases (True…

Animals Helping to Detect Diseases (True Books: Animal Helpers)

by Susan H. Gray

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0531212149, Library Binding)

Fruit flies can detect cancer cells.

For thousands of years, animals have lived side by side with people, helping humans to achieve incredible things. In this exciting new True Book series, readers will find out what role animals such as dogs, horses, and monkeys are continuing to play in human lives around the world.

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Timelines show how animals have helped humans throughout history Colorful photographs show animal helpers in action Glossaries explain difficult terms in a way that makes them easy to understand Sidebars provide in-depth info some of the most remarkable animal helpers www.factsfornow.scholastic.com See inside front cover for more information.

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"Learn how animals can be trained to detect diseases in humans."--

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