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Big Cats: Hunters of the Night (Animals After Dark)

by Elaine Landau

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A great book to learn about big cats. It tells about the different types and why they look and act the way they do. ( )
  Schuman | Jan 26, 2012 |
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Lions, tigers, leopards, and jaguars are all big cats, and you would not like to meet them in the dark! They rest during the day but come to life at night to hunt. With a mighty roar, the big cats chase down their prey. Sharp teeth and claws and powerful jaws mean certain doom. Author Elaine Landau tells the reader all about these beautiful hunters: how they hunt, where they live, and what the future holds for the big cats.

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Describes how and where big cats live, and how they hunt.

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