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    The Natural History Museum: Hunters

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    Part of the "Animal Close-Ups" series, this book is produced in collaboration with the Natural History Museum, London. It looks at the deadliest members of the animal kingdom. It explores the ways in which they track down and catch their prey, with tricks, wings, stings, claws and teeth.
    ISBN: 9780199108923
    AuthorTaylor, Barbara
    PublisherNameOxford University Press
    Pub Date03/10/2002
    BindingPicturebook
    Pages24
    Availability: In Stock

    A new title in the "Animal Close-Ups" series, this book is produced in collaboration with the Natural History Museum, London. Their photographer has taken the photos especially for the books, and their experts have checked and approved all the contents. Each book in the series looks at related groups of animals in spectacular photographs, and zooms in on their fascinating details, to see in close-up how nature has designed them for living. "Hunters" looks at the deadliest members of the animal kingdom. We explore the amazing and varied ways in which they track down and catch their prey, with tricks, wings, stings, claws and teeth. The first person text is lively and direct, to really engage the young reader. Featured are: wolf, shark, hawk, frog, snake,weasel, spider, wasp and water boatman.

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    A new title in the "Animal Close-Ups" series, this book is produced in collaboration with the Natural History Museum, London. Their photographer has taken the photos especially for the books, and their experts have checked and approved all the contents. Each book in the series looks at related groups of animals in spectacular photographs, and zooms in on their fascinating details, to see in close-up how nature has designed them for living. "Hunters" looks at the deadliest members of the animal kingdom. We explore the amazing and varied ways in which they track down and catch their prey, with tricks, wings, stings, claws and teeth. The first person text is lively and direct, to really engage the young reader. Featured are: wolf, shark, hawk, frog, snake,weasel, spider, wasp and water boatman.