Camels (Living Wild)

Camels Living Wild The flesh ripping teeth of piranhas the hammering beaks of woodpeckers and the defining characteristics of six other fascinating animals are explored in the newest titles in the popular Living Wild

  • Title: Camels (Living Wild)
  • Author: Melissa Gish
  • ISBN: 9780898127737
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Paperback
  • The flesh ripping teeth of piranhas, the hammering beaks of woodpeckers, and the defining characteristics of six other fascinating animals are explored in the newest titles in the popular Living Wild series.

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      Published :2018-09-08T13:28:24+00:00

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    1. Have you ever wondered why some camels have two humps and some camels have only one hump? And what exactly are those humps used for? Large, bright photographs on every page capture a child's attention from the very beginning. But each page is also filled with tons of informative facts about all of the different types of camels and how they live. Children and adults alike will enjoy reading about all of the different ways camels have to conserve water or about the history of the wild camels still [...]

    2. Excellent middle grade nonfiction title with great color photos. Includes endangered species and the introduction of camels to Australia.

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