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Animals Who Help Each Other

Book - 1996
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Ages 5-9 The paintings of wildlife are glossy and prettified, but the facts about animal symbiosis will interest children in this accessible title in the Amazing Things Animals Do series. The giant Galapagos tortoise relies on hungry finches to pick insects off its skinches The petrel bird shares a nest with a tuatara lizard that eats the bothersome insects and keeps the house clean. The short-sighted rhino relies on the sharp-eyed egret to warn of danger. There's a quiz with answers at the back and a brief summary of the habitat and behavior of each animal. - Hazel Rochman; 32p-
Publisher: Toronto : OWL Books, 1996.
ISBN: 9781895688566
Characteristics: 32 pages :,illustrations.
Additional Contributors: Caron, Romi - Illustrator


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