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Alligators and crocodiles

by Dennard, Deborah.

Format: Print Book 2003
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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Dormont Public Library Juvenile Non-Fiction J 597.98 D41
Location  Dormont Public Library
Collection  Juvenile Non-Fiction
Call Number  J 597.98 D41
In each book of the Our Wild World series, kids will find the real stories behind these mysterious creatures, and how they've earned their distinct reputations. Each begins with a brief section on reptile families and the differences and similarities between them, such as the differences between a snake with legs and a lizard with no legs Detailed information on habitat, diet, breeding, babies, socialization, dangers and life cycles are covered, highlighted by full-colour photos and Fun Facts throughout. Young readers will discover why alligators are sometimes called living bulldozers. They'll also find out what happens when a lizard loses its tail, what a rattlesnake's rattlers are made of, and which species of turtle can close its shell up like a box.
Additional Information
Series Our wild world series.
Subjects Alligators -- Juvenile literature.
Crocodiles -- Juvenile literature.
Publisher Chanhassen, Minn. :NorthWord Press,2003
Contributors Dewey, Jennifer.
Language English
Notes Includes index.
Description 47 pages ; col. ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN 1559718609 (hc.)
1559718595 (softcover)
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