What on earth is a chuckwalla

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Blackbirch Press, 1994 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Each volume fully explores the lifestyles and habitats of animals that few people even know exist. Simple, concise text covers the animal's classification, its unique characteristics, its methods of survival, what the animal eats and who eats it, reproduction and care of the young, conservation issues, and the relationship of the animal to humans. Each book's large size and stunning, full-color photographs bring these remarkable subjects to life. A glossary, further reading list, map, and index make "What on Earth?" books as educational as they are fun!

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EDWARD R. RICCIUTI was the curator of publications for The New York Zoological Society (the Bronx Zoo). He is the author of "Killers of the Seas" (page 55) and a frequent contributor to "Audubon, National Wildlife, Animal Kingdom," and "Natural History" magazines. He lives in Killingworth, Connecticut.

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