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A Whale Is Not a Fish: And Other Animal…

A Whale Is Not a Fish: And Other Animal Mix-Ups

by Melvin Berger

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What is the difference between a whale and a fish? Yes, a whale is a mammal and a fish is not, but did you also know that a whale has sideways tail fins while a fish's fins run up and down? That's why when a whale swims it swings its body up and down, and when a fish swims, it moves from side to side. And how about this: a toad, unlike a frog, has no teeth and spends most of its time on land. A moth has wings that are connected, while the wings of a butterfly are separate. And one way to tell a rabbit from a hare is the simple fact that a rabbit is born without fur and with its eyes closed, while for a hare the opposite holds true.***SRC Quiz***
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--M.H.P. III
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Whales and fish live in the water.
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Is it an alligator or a crocodile? a butterfly or a moth? a donkey or a mule? They might look alike, but they are not. Find out about these and many more animal mix-ups in this fun-to-read book.

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