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How can a cheetah run so incredibly fast? Why do otters have two layers of fur? What is a polar bear's most important feature, and ...
How can a cheetah run so incredibly fast? Why do otters have two layers of fur? What is a polar bear's most important feature, and how does it help them sniff out their prey? Examining the X-rays included in this book explains the answers to these questions and many more. Kids will learn what an animal's bones can tell us about the way it moves, the way it hunts, and the way it eats. And with X-rays of animals from all over the world, with habitats ranging from the grassy savannah to the driest desert to the coldest climate imaginable, they'll get a complete picture of the immense diversity of the animal kingdom.
With 16 X-rays and a built-in light box, Amazing X-rays: Wild Animals gives kids tons of opportunities to see what's going on under an animal's skin—and to discover the truly awe-inspiring ways that their bones tell the stories of their lives.