Termites on a Stick: A Chimpanzee Learns to Use a Toolby Michele Coxon
Young chimpanzees learn survival skills from adults in their group. Here, a young chimp watches his mother tear off a branch, put it in a termite hole, and pull it out covered with juicy termites. After trial and error, the young chimp savors the sweet taste of success when he licks the snack off of his own stick. Author-illustrator Michele Coxon's exquistely detailed and scientifically accurate illustrations extend the text. An appendix includes facts about chimpanzees and illustrations of the chimp's anatomy.
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