Fb2 Monkeys and Other Primates (What Kind of Animal Is It?) ePub
by Bobbie Kalman,Rebecca Sjonger
|Author:||Bobbie Kalman,Rebecca Sjonger|
|Publisher:||Crabtree Pub Co (November 1, 2005)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1406 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1594 kb|
|Digital formats:||rtf lrf lrf lit|
Bibliographic Details . Describes similarities and differences in physical characteristics, habitat, and behavior between members of the four groups of primates.
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Monkeys and other Primates. Children are fascinated by monkeys all kinds. They will be even more amazed by the similarities many monkeys have to humans and their other fellow primates. What Kind of Animal Is It? (Hardcover). Using simple text and beautiful, full-colour photographs, this book brings to life the habitats and behaviours of all the different kinds of primates, including apes, lemurs, and humans.
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Photographs and text depict the many different kinds of birds, their similarities and differences, habitats.
Monkeys and Other Primates book. Rebecca Sjonger, Bobbie Kalman. Children are fascinated by monkeys all kinds
Monkeys and Other Primates book. This work is for ages 6-9. Beau This work is for ages 6-9.
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