A Crash Of Rhinos

Author: Greg Danylyshyn
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481431501
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Introduces in rhyming text the collective names used for various animal groups.

A Crash Of Rhinos A Party Of Jays

Author: Diane Swanson
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781554510481
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Presents eleven animal groups and explains how their social behaviors led to the collective nouns that describe them.

How To Study Rhinos

Author: Bayard H. Brattstrom
Publisher: Outskirts Press
ISBN: 1478772905
Size: 72.62 MB
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Rhinos are interesting, fun to watch, and endangered of becoming extinct. This book is first about how scientists study rhinos, and then information is presented on rhino taxonomy, distribution, ecology, fossil history, behavior, reproduction, and conservation, including poaching. But there is a lot more to rhinos than just the above, there are also sections on rhinos in history, rhinos in art, rhino companies, logos and products, as well as lists of rhino books, toys, and conservation organizations.

Animal Groups

Author: Jill Esbaum
Publisher: National Geographic Books
ISBN: 1426320604
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"What do you call that group of animals? Learn the sometimes familiar and sometimes surprising names for animal groups from around the globe."--

The Giant Book On Desert Animals For Kids

Author: John Davidson
Publisher: Mendon Cottage Books
ISBN: 1311574247
Size: 22.25 MB
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Table of Contents Introduction Camels --What is a camel? --What kinds of camels are there? --Where do camels live? --The history of camels and humans --What are camelids? --What do camels eat? Camelops --Dromedary camel --Bactrian camel --Hybrid camels --A little more on camels Armadillos --What is an armadillo? --How do armadillos act? --The history of armadillos and humans --Nine-banded armadillo --Northern naked-tailed armadillo --Greater fairy armadillo --Giant armadillo --Screaming hairy armadillo --Pink fairy armadillo --A little more on the armadillo Scorpions --The behavior of the scorpions --Habitats of the scorpions --Biology of the animal --Reproduction --Food habits of the scorpions --Some deadly species of scorpions --Scorpions and humans --Myths and stories about scorpions Elephants --About Elephants --The Evolution of Elephants --Elephant Features --Where Elephants Live --How Elephants Eat --How Elephants Communicate --Life In The Herd --African Elephants --Asian Elephants --Fun Elephant Facts Giraffes --Let’s Learn About Giraffes (Features) --Giraffes and Their Home (Habitat) --What do Giraffes Eat? --Are You Thirsty? How Giraffes Drink? --How Giraffes Sleep? --Giraffes and Their Babies --How Giraffes Communicate? --We Look the Same, But We are Not (Sub-species) --Please Take Care of Me --Come visit giraffes in the zoo --Interesting Facts about Giraffes Komodo Dragons --What is a Komodo Dragon? --What do Komodo Dragons Look Like? --Where Do Komodo Dragons Live? --The Komodo Dragon Home --The Komodo Dragons Senses --What do Komodo Dragons Eat? --What Eats The Komodo Dragon? --The Komodo Dagon Family --Komodo Dragons in Captivity --Why Are Komodo Dragons Vulnerable? --When Komodo Dragons Attack Meerkats --What do Meerkats Look Like? --Where Do Meerkats Live --The Meerkat Home --What Do Meerkats Eat? --What Animals Eat Meerkats? --The Meerkat Mob --The Meerkat Family --Meerkats Life Cycle --How do meerkats speak to each other? --A Day in the Life of a Meerkat --Meerkat relatives --Meerkats in Captivity --Did you know? Rhinos --About Rhinoceroses --Characteristics --Behavior and Vocalization --Threats to Rhinoceros --White Rhinoceros --Black Rhinoceros --Indian Rhinoceros --Javan Rhinoceros --Sumatran Rhinoceros --Interesting facts about the Rhinoceros --Rhinoceros in different cultures Kangaroos --What is a kangaroo? --What kinds of kangaroos are there? --The four kinds of big kangaroos --The history of kangaroos and humans --Wallaroos --Wallabies --Tree kangaroos --A little more on kangaroos Lizards --What is a lizard? --What kinds of lizards are there? --Where do lizards live? --The history of lizards and humans --What is a gecko? --What is an iguana? --What is a horny toad? --A little more on lizards About Snakes --Venomous Snakes --Most Dangerous Snakes --Dangerous Snakes --Rattlesnakes --Molting --Garter Snakes --How Can I Help Snakes? --Fun Facts about Snakes Conclusion Publisher Introduction There are all sorts of deserts all over the World, from the Savanna Desert in Africa, to the Outback in Australia, and the dry deserts of the southwest in the United States. Since they are so hot, dry, and large, animals must adapt in order to live in such a place. This book talks about some of the animals that live in deserts, but there is many more.

Baby Rhinos

Author: Megan Borgert-Spaniol
Publisher: Blastoff! Readers
ISBN: 9781626175464
Size: 73.29 MB
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Bump it! Young rhinos playfully charge at one another pretending the little nubs on their heads are full horns. It's fitting that a group of baby rhinos, plus mom, is called a crash. Growing young readers will find this book a "full speed ahead" read.

Endangered Rhinos

Author: Jan M. Czech
Publisher: Enslow Publishing, LLC
ISBN: 0766069028
Size: 38.67 MB
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Rhinoceroses are some of the oldest creatures on our planet. And yet, despite surviving for thousands of years, this ancient animal is now endangered. Why? Discover fascinating facts about rhinos and learn how you could help save them before it’s too late.

Wild About Animals

Author: Trude Mostue
Publisher: Andre Deutsch Limited
ISBN: 9780233996844
Size: 36.63 MB
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The world is full of weird and wonderful animals. A vet at a Safari park introduces children to tiny chincillas to the enormous blue whale, lions, giraffes and others you may even keep as pets.