By Sherman Hollar
Age variety: eight - 12 Years
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 the diversity of Animal lifestyles 12
Chapter 2 category and behaviour 33
Chapter three Animals with no Backbones 50
Chapter four Animals with Backbones 61
For additional info 80
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A Closer Look at the Animal Kingdom (Introduction to Biology - Britannica Digital Learning) (1st Edition) by Sherman Hollar