Animal Life Cycles Growing Up in the Wild by Tony Hare
  

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Animal Life Cycles Growing Up in the Wild by Tony Hare

Animal Life Cycles describes and illustrates the various, and sometimes unique, ways in which mammals raise their young and live their lives. More than seventy types of mammals are represented - from the chimpanzee, which does not gain its independence until the age of seven or eight - to the hamster, which is already fending for itself after only two months. Other animals profiled include African wild dogs, antelopes, badgers, chimpanzees, otters, platypuses, shrews, wild cattle, and much more.

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Format

Hardback
160 pages

Author

Tony Hare
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Publication date

30th April 2001

ISBN

9780816045952


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