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The World's Deadliest Creatures (Discovery)

by Don Curry

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0696239817, Paperback)

In a world of lurking animals and insects, The World's Deadliest Creatures from Meredith Books and the Discovery Channel, captures the most deathly creatures found across the globe. From the American Alligator that doesn't waste time chewing and just swallows their prey whole, to the boiling-hot, poison-shooting Bombardier beetle - this book goes from big to small and everything in between. Let this book convince you that small insects can be deadly weapons too.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:15 -0400)

Briefly introduces animals known for their powerful or poisonous attacks, providing information on their physical dimensions, speed, and habitat, and how they attack or kill other creatures.

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