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Whose Feet? by Nina Hess

Whose Feet?

by Nina Hess

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Mole claws scrape out a new home. A duck uses her webbed feet to flip underwater and search for a snack. Orangutan feet grab on tight as they swing from vine to vine. Who knew that feet could be so special and perform such extraordinary feats!

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Introduces feet and describes how their differences allow animals to do special things, such as a mole's long, thick claws that are made for digging and a bat's strong feet that can hook into rocks.

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