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AASR: Fake Out!: Animals That Play Tricks (All Aboard Science Reader) (edition 2007)
FAKE OUT! Animals That Play Tricks by Ginjer L. Clarke
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Did you know that the mimic octopus can change its shape, skin color, and texture to match its surroundings, or that there is a type of goat that faints whenever it feels threatened? Find out about these and other creatures with bizarre behaviors in our fourth ?farout? book in our Ginjer L. Clarke All Aboard Science Reader sub-series!
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Sometimes the world around us is not what it seems to be. Many creatures use disguises or play clever tricks. Some are hiding to stay alive. Others are just waiting for a meal to wander by.
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