Animal Hunting and Feeding by Natalie Goldstein


Animal Hunting and Feeding by Natalie Goldstein

All animals have to eat, but feeding behavior goes far beyond predators and prey. Animals have a variety of ways to find food. Some sit and wait for food to come to them. Others chase or trap their food. Other animals are scavengers and decomposers, breaking down the leftovers of other animals' meals. Animal Hunting and Feeding explains these various techniques as well as the importance of food chains and food webs.

About the Author

Natalie Goldstein has been an educational writer for 20 years. She has written numerous publications for young readers on topics such as oceanography, viruses and disease, grassland and forest ecology, and climate change. Goldstein has master's degrees in education and environmental science.

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128 pages


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Publication date

15th June 2009



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