Secrets of animal survival.Material type: TextSeries: Books for world explorersPublication details: Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Society, c1983. Description: 104 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cmISBN: 0870444263 :; 087044431X (lib. bdg.) :Subject(s): Animal behavior -- Juvenile literature | Adaptation (Physiology) -- Juvenile literature | Animals -- Habitations | Animals -- Habits and behavior | Adaptation (Biology)DDC classification: 591.5 LOC classification: QL751.5 | .S53 1983Summary: Describes the specific physical adaptations of animals to five different types of environments including Arctic and Antarctic, desert, rain forest, savanna, and mountain.
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Accompanied by "Classroon activities" folder containing a "Far-out fun" pamphlet (8 p.), 8 duplicating masters, and 8 catalog cards.
Prepared by the Special Publications and School Services Division of the National Geographic Society.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Describes the specific physical adaptations of animals to five different types of environments including Arctic and Antarctic, desert, rain forest, savanna, and mountain.