Fb2 Strange animals of Australia: Koalas and kangaroos (Books for young explorers) ePub
by Toni Eugene
|Category:||Australia and Oceania|
|Publisher:||National Geographic Society (1981)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1843 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1840 kb|
|Digital formats:||lrf lit mbr rtf|
Series: Books for young explorers. The kangaroo, koala, wallaby, numbat, wombat, dunnart, platypus, echidna, emu, kookaburra, satin bowerbird, frilled lizard, and goanna are among the many animals featured in photographs and text.
Series: Books for young explorers. With photographs on every page, this book is ideal for young readers or anyone wanting an overview of the some of the most unique animals in the world.
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This is a book for Young Explorers through the National Geographic Society. A great book for a child's library or a classroom. So much interesting information about koalas and kangaroos and other interesting Australian animals. It has 31 pages of beautiful animal descriptions and photographs. It is in very very good condition. There is very minimal wear on the cover edges. A great book for a childs library or a classroom. Learn more about this item. Shipping & policies.
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New listing Strange Animals of Australia (Books for Young Explorers) Eugene, Toni Hardcover. Books for young explorers national geographic.
Toni Eugene Strange animals of Australia: Koalas and kangaroos (Books for young explorers). ISBN 13: 9780870444081. Strange animals of Australia: Koalas and kangaroos (Books for young explorers).
Natural History Books. Free Printable Worksheets. Kangaroo Information: The Basics. Kangaroos are big animals and don’t have many natural predators. Dingos (a type of wild dog) are their main threat. Kangaroos’ bodies are designed for jumping! They have short front legs, powerful hind legs, huge hind feet and strong tails. Kangaroos come from a family of animals called macropods, which means ‘large foot’. When kangaroos sense danger, they thump their feet loudly on the ground to alert others kangaroos in the mob.
Marsupials are ‘pouched’ animals meaning that they carry their young in a.
Marsupials are ‘pouched’ animals meaning that they carry their young in a pouch. Examples include kangaroos, wallabies, possums and wombats. Egg laying mammals are incredibly rare in the animal world, in fact Australia and New Guinea are the only places in the world where you’ll find the platypus and the echidna (the only egg laying mammals that exist). Many animals in this list are endemic to Australia, meaning they’re found only here, . they’re native to Australia. The red kangaroo is the largest while the grey kangaroo is the one you’re likely to see most often. Appearing on the Coat of Arms beside the emu, the kangaroo is also a popular Aussie food.
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